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A Change of Heart?

If so, Quilling will give you plenty of choice.  The techniques in these symmetrical and asymmetrical hearts, made with Standard, Graduated Colour, Fluorescent, Two-tone and Metallic Edged strips include: Closed Loose Coils, Double Rolling, Bandaging, Open Coils, Wheatears, Alternate Side … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas Quilled Carol Singer Bauble

Just realised that my wine glass whimsies can also be Christmas tree baubles!  Too late to cover the whole tree – next year, maybe.

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Look! No Wire!

Ever since I saw Genevieve Godden’s wonderful tubing technique on the Quilling Guild Blog, I have been trying to make Tubing which can be bent into wavy shapes which are strong enough to stay in position.  Of course, I could … Continue reading

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Quill a Name Badge

Thought I couldn’t go to the Quilling Guild AGM weekend but now I can – hooray! Used up some of my left-over flowers to make a badge.  If you are also going, don’t forget to make yours!  I’m not entering … Continue reading

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Quilled Iced Bun Box for a Collection of Quilled Cupcakes

Before the arrival of cupcakes, we used to make iced buns, which are very similar, but have a smooth topping of icing and a decoration.  I was inspired to quill lots and turn each one into a little box so … Continue reading

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Hollow Filigree Egg

I used a polystyrene egg former and pins to make this filigree egg.  It helps if you put an elastic band around the widest part of the egg to help you to mark the central position, so you know when … Continue reading

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Quilled Air Freshener Cover

I don’t like my air fresheners to look like air fresheners so I made a quilled cover from Ring Coils … … and then had lots of fun filling in the panels with lacy quilling, which will disguise the pot, … Continue reading

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Here’s my Quilled Fuchsia Box

It doesn’t really matter how deep you make this Fuchsia Box.  Mine is approximately 4cm (1½”) and I was lucky enough to have two strips of paper that wide but I could have piled up four 10mm wide rings or … Continue reading

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Quilled Pot Pourri Box

It’s great to find a practical use for quilling – especially if it can be decorative as well.  This little pot pourri box is a good example and is also quick to make. Use a 10mm wide strip to make … Continue reading

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Making Quilled Boxes

My friend and student, Lorna, expressed a wish to make boxes this term – so here’s the first. This box has a base and lid, 4.5cm (2 ¾”) in diameter.  Because I knew I’d be decorating the lid with flowers, … Continue reading

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