How long does it take to make a cup of coffee? Turns out, about four hours!
James’ birthday card – quilling techniques using a comb.
(You can guess what a soldier would use to open a car!)
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.
Can’t wait to teach Quilling on a comb to my classes.
By popular request – Quilling on a pet comb experiments sampler.
Quillers – dig out your comb and invent some more!
Decided it was time to make something from some of the pet comb quilling experiments. Back to more experimenting now! 😊
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!
Heavyweight tracing paper is great stuff! The calligraphers can emboss their lettering onto it. The quillers can glue their quilling to it and it can be decoratively painted.
We cut out rectangles 21cm x 7.5cm, decorated with our chosen craft and then curled it into a tube.
Simple (or festive) paper clips can be used to hold the ends together or cutting a simple flap and slot will work. A flickering t-light will make your work come alive. Have fun!