No doubt millinery nagoire feathers are beautiful. They’re probably the most used feathers in modern millinery, but they’re so versatile, it’s no wonder. But how on earth do you pronounce the word? Well, it seems to be spelt ‘nageoire’ in French and is the word for fin, which make sense. This is how you pronounce it. But however you say it, we know what you mean.
Our nagoire feathers come in packets of 100 and represent great value for money. If you haven’t used them before you may think 100 is too many, but you will use a lot making flowers or covering shapes.
Many tutors are teaching how to cover Fosshape with nagoire feathers. We use 450 glue, but other craft glues will work. This is one thing we don’t recommend sewing on.