Beginners’ Video series

We have started making a series of videos for The Quilling Guild to teach beginners to quill and, possibly, to hone the skills of more experienced quillers who might be interested in Quilling Guild Accreditation.  These will eventually cover Closed Loose Coils, Open Coils, Tight Coils, Wheatears, Fringed Flowers, Alternate Side Looping/Huskings, Pixie Hood Looping and all those other techniques that don’t fit in to these.

Making the perfect Closed Loose Coil

Making the perfect Closed Loose Coil

How can you see the videos? Join The Quilling Guild at http://www.quilling-guild.co.uk – it’s only £7.50 for online membership at the moment.  There are three quilling magazines a year to read and the blog, where you will find articles, hints and tips and videos.  Not bad for £7.50.

The Guild’s Display of Quilling is in Dereham, Norfolk, this year.  More information on the website.  The standard of work is always high – worth seeing.

 

You can also find out much much more about these techniques, along with patterns that use them, from my books on http://www.janejenkinsquillingbooks.com.

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About Jane Jenkins Quilling

My interests are: Quilling - the art of manipulating paper strips to create pictures, greetings cards, free standing characters, floral displays, etc. Also Calligraphy - the art of fine writing. Decorative Painting/Folk Art - brush stroke work to decorate wooden and metal objects and paint on canvas.
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