What Is Sinamay?

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Sinamay is a type of natural fibre that is made from a plant called musa textilis found in the Philippines. Sinamay is usually dyed and stiffened, and is mainly used for the production of hats, fascinators and other clothing accessories.
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Sinamay is a fabric made from banana plants fibre. It is used for making hats and crafts.
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sinamay is a fabric commonly used in millinery and other crafts.
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1. Cut sinamay material to exactly 2 yards. Fold material over so one yard rests directly on the other yard. 2. Dip sinamay into hot water quickly to soften and allow a few seconds
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It's really easy to ruin these hats if you don't have experience. The safest way to clean it at home it to use a can of air (like you would use to clean a computer keyboard) and blow
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sinamay is a rubber made in china town. Its long enough to fit things but need to be blown up. Its grows in abundance in May..teh rubber tree. and the liquid is used to make the rubber
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