Search Press | Quilling: Techniques and Inspiration by Jane JenkinsPaper quilling is the art of taking thin strips of colored paper, rolling them into a coil, pinching them to form a shape and then gluing the shapes together to create paper designs and objects. Quilling is an inexpensive craft that once you try, you'll be tempted to make your next hobby. Study quilled art that you like and use it as a springboard for making your own fabulous designs. Pretty soon people will be admiring your work and using it as inspiration for their quilling projects. Experiment and play with different shapes and techniques to create this easy but effective monogram.
50 Awesome Paper Quilling Craft Ideas and Tutorials
Although slightly damaged, all hurt copies are perfectly usable. Please note these books are only available from our website whilst stocks last! Jane Jenkins' quilling creations are truly inspirational: from a realistic bird of prey to a fantasy wizard, it is hard to believe that they were made simply by manipulating strips of paper. Here she shows in clear, practical steps the techniques required to make six beautiful projects. Renowned quiller, Jane Jenkins explains all the techniques needed using step by step photographs and clear instructions. She has designed a beautiful project to go with each technique, so that readers can produce lovely quilled work while building their skills. Learn this addictive craft from closed loose coils and alternative side looping to fringed flowers, crimping, zigzagging and tendrils, while creating a Victorian Fan, an Art Nouveau Iris, Foxgloves, a Butterfly and more.
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We're way into the new craze called quilling. In case you don't know, quilling has nothing to do with hedgehogs or feather pens. It's a paper craft that involves rolling narrow strips of paper into unique 3D shapes. These little paper forms can then be used to decorate greeting cards, pictures, gift bags and boxes, or glued together to make mosaics, sculptures and other works of art. And here's why we heart it so much: Quilling is creative, easy, fun, inexpensive and, once you get on a roll ha , incredibly relaxing.