Hello all,I intend to make a quilled wreath for the front door (about 30 cm in diameter). I have a styrofoam ring which I wrapped with knitting wool (white) for another purpose. How do I attach my flowers onto the ring? Do I have to unwrap the wool? I had a difficult time to assemble my flower ball, since styrofoam is not very glue-friendly except hot glue-guns. I am grateful for your ideas.RaikaSee More
"I discovered this while I was searching for some cookery items in Pinterest. As I saw the quilled items, I literally fell heads on to it and the next day I ordered the supplies online. In Kerala(India) there is not much supplies for quilling. It is…"
Christmas is fast approaching and I imagine you already started to prepare your quilled decorations. Here is tutorial for lovely decorative star made by Kasia. You will need: six strips 60cm long and 0,3cm width twelve strips 45cm long and 0,3cm width four strips 30cm long for middle coils glitter glue (optional) and of course glue and a comb [...]
Lutterworth September 2012: the Quilling Guild’s annual celebration of all things quilling. Were you there? If so, like Elena and Andy Hoang, you are hopefully still glowing from the excitement and sheer pleasure of the experience … and if not, this article may at least give you a flavour of what you missed! As soon [...]
This year’s event will be held on Saturday 15th September 2012 at Lutterworth College, Bitteswell Road, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4EW, UK from 9.30am – 5.00pm, and really should be a ‘must’ for every quiller’s diary. Then, on the following day (Sunday 16th September), quillers are invited to a ‘Shared Ideas Day’ in the village hall [...]
I found a wicked quilling leaf tutorial on Kate’s blog and I wanted to share it with you. It looks complicated but it’s easier than you think. She made a nice step by step tutorial with snapshots and description. Click here to get the details. Do visit her blog as she is a talented quiller [...]
This weekend was a big weekend for the Irish and we wanted to celebrate St Patricks Day with our network of quillers. Late last week, I put out a call on the network for quilling that celebrates all things Irish, and because we didn’t have much time we only got a single entry, but my [...]