The technology of khan-kansas is based on tsumami(folding) flap cloth square or rectangular in the form of round or sharp lobes. The master takes pieces of silk with tweezers or tweezers and glues them to the base. As a result, we get animated flowers in the form of chrysanthemums or even whole floral compositions. On how to create tsumami Kanzashi own hands, we'll talk in more detail in this article. The classical technology of Tsutsami Kanzashi involves working exclusively with natural ingredients: silk and glue from rice. However, if you are just starting to master this technique of needlework, then you better use any synthetic cloth and glue. For work you will need: fabric basis for making petals and leaves (satin fabric, organza, crepe satin, chiffon and others); scissors; glue to connect parts; needle and thread; tweezers to work with small details; pen, pencil, ruler, in order to carry out the marking on the fabric; details of decor (rhinestones, beads, sequins). Many types of khan-kansas can be created using sharp petals and rounded ones. Let's first understand the features of creating sharp petals: 1. The square, which is cut from the fabric, must be folded into two parts. 2. Then add it to 2 more parts. If you have chosen a soft fabric as a basis, then you can try to work the workpiece with an iron. 3. And then fold again into 2 parts. 4. After looking through all these manipulations on a square along its diagonal, you can see the sharp corner of the petal. Next, we need to gently process the candle edge "B" with a candle edge. If the fabric has a solid base and does not have the property to crumble, it can also not be singed. Such a petal will need to be attached with a pin. 5. On the line "A" it is possible to determine how the flower will look: higher or lower, with a slight inclination or without it. Depending on this, it will be necessary to trim this line. 6. Having created the necessary number of petals for the flower, we should collect them on a thread and pull them into a circle. Cover the core with the decor element (paillette, bead). Our flower is finished! By changing the number of petals, it is possible to create a variety of flowers in shape. To make a 2-color petal, before making the last bend, you must put one piece on the other, slightly shift the bottom line, and then bend the final time. Or simply simply create a square for the inner lobe less than the outer one. Next, consider the features of creating roundtypes of petals: 1. The square, which is cut from the fabric, it is necessary to fold into two parts. 2. The corners of the resulting triangle, which are located at the edges, should be bent to the middle. For greater strength, try sewing a corner that is complicated. 3. Turn our workpiece over and bend the lateral corners to the center. 4. Next, you should fold in 2 parts so that the corners that were before it are in the middle. Then you need to spread the petals, attach them with a pin, drip onto the corners that are laid, a little glue and put it aside so that the glue dries. 5. Having created the right number of petals for the flower, we should make sure that the glue is completely dry, then collect them on a string and pull them together into a circle. Cover the core with the decor element (paillette, bead). Our flower is ready! By changing the number of petals, it is possible to make flowers of various shapes. To make a 2-color petal, before making the last bend, you must put one piece on the other, slightly shift the bottom line, and then bend the final time. Or simply simply create a square for the inner lobe less than the outer one. I would like to hope that our description will help you quickly and easily create different kinds of tsumami Kanzash.