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Quilling name ideas - quilling or paper filigree is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled shaped and glued together to create decorative designs north american quilling guild naqg mission is to promote the lovely art of quilling and ensure that it is passed on to future generations quilling books are a great way to learn new quilling techniques and at the same time get new ideas and quilling patterns and designs we try to give a mini review of each book in our product description i just discovered what quilling was a few days ago and now i am obsessed this website has such great ideas and wonderful instrucitons thank you so much for sharing quilling the coiling and shaping of narrow paper strips to create a design has been around for years hundreds in fact during the renaissance nuns and monks would roll gold gilded paper remnants trimmed during the bookmaking process and use them.

to decorate religious objects as an alternative to costly gold filigree when working with quilling paper shapes and designs things can get a little overwhelming when strips of quilling paper get mixed up and end up in a tangled mess quilling paper strips can easily get creased or torn if they are not kept and stored properly quilling is most often done with 1 8 3 mm wide strips of paper beginners will find that 188 6 mm wide strips are easier to handle and younger children will do best with 189 to 1 12 25 mm wide strips beautiful paper quilling patterns and designs can be created with the quilling b technique basic step by step instructions on how to use a b to create paper quilling patterns are available in the tutorial paper quilling with a b husking flower husking quilling is quite simple and nicely looking technique there are some tutorials in web but today i want to present my own.

version for quilled clematis for all those who want to learn how to quill i ve decided to share beginner quilling shapes and how to make them this is the first in a series of a few how to quill posts i have in mind