First prize in the Quilling Guild’s Online Competition

Green Lady by Jane Jenkins

A huge ‘Thank You’ to all those in The Quilling Guild who create, inspire and facilitate, who administer, judge and advertise these super online competitions.

They are so enjoyable to be a part of and a wonderful way to promote our amazing and beautiful craft.

Jane

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A quick cup of coffee?

How long does it take to make a cup of coffee?  Turns out, about four hours!

 

 

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James’ Birthday Card

James’ birthday card – quilling techniques using a comb.

(You can guess what a soldier would use to open a car!)

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Comb Quilled Snowflake

Twelve times the piece on the comb made my snowflake but snowflakes are great – six points of virtually any quilling looks good. They are just waiting for your imagination.

Comb Quilled Snowflake

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Warty Halloween Witch

How many warts is too many warts, do you think?  More?

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Quilling on a Comb Candle

Comb Quilling for C …..   That time in December!

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Quilling on a Comb Bauble

Quilling on a Comb

Can’t wait to teach Quilling on a comb to my classes.

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Quilling on a Pet Comb

By popular request – Quilling on a pet comb experiments sampler.

Quillers – dig out your comb and invent some more!

Quilling on a petcomb

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Fun with Quilling

Decided it was time to make something from some of the pet comb quilling experiments.  Back to more experimenting now!  😊

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From the Eighties – Chicken in a basket!

Spring is on its way and quillers everywhere are decorating eggs to add to their Easter decorations.

This old lady was made from a blown goose egg back in the eighties.  She’s been around and had a lot of handling by students, so is slightly battered!  But that’s fine by me – spreading the skills is the main priority.  This is also the reason I’ve never finished the quilling – so you can see how she was made.

She has a secret inside, as well!

 

 

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