Creating a Jinsin Saucer


with Katie Vale

£40 /

Access indefinitely.

Discounts available for BMA members.

Tutorial date:
Tuesday 21st May 2024

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Foundation Millinery Skills Needed for this Tutorial

None, this tutorial is suitable for all.

You may sign up to this tutorial at any time, however after the 21st May you will be purchasing a recording only. Within 48 hours a recording of the live tutorial will be sent to all who purchased a ticket; you will have access to the recording indefinitely.

All sales are final. The British Millinery Association CIC does not offer refunds or any money-back guarantees. Tutorials are offered in English only.

Tutorial Details

Elevate your millinery skills with the British Millinery Association!

Our Jinsin Saucer disc workshop will teach you how to create stunning headpieces using these beautiful buntal fibers. With our expert guidance, you can learn to manipulate this versatile material with ease and create truly unique designs.

During the 2 hour workshop you will learn:

  • how too treat jinsin
  • how to shape jinsin
  • how to wire the disc
  • how to attach the disc to various supports, be a button base or headband

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to take your millinery creations to the next level!

About the Instructor

Katie is an Award Winning International Couture Milliner having studied millinery and wirework extensively, she trained with outstanding milliner Rose Cory, MBE and former milliner by royal appointment to the late Queen Mother. Her label Katie Vale Designs officially launched in 2006, Katie has made and designed hundreds of fabulous millinery pieces from her shop and studio for her discerning clientele. In 2021 she Co-Founded the British Millinery Association.

Katie will show you how to create a striking saucer disc hat in the beautiful fabric jinsin.



Materials & Tools

1 metre of Jinsin fabric

1 metre of cotton covered wire

Basic sewing kit

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