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Quilling is nothing but the art of rolling narrow strips of paper into coils or scrolls and arranging them to create elegant filigree. This paper art technique is really very simple and fun to do. The best part is, you always get interesting results in the end. We can make elegant ornaments using paper. Paper jewelry has a high demand these days. The technique is perfect for creating customized neckpieces and earrings for yourself and for your loved ones. 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 and exclusive designs. The paper is rolled, looped, curled, twisted and otherwise manipulated to create shapes which make up designs to decorate greetings cards, pictures, boxes, eggs, and to make models, jewelry, mobiles etc. Quilling starts with rolling a strip of paper into a coil and then pinching the coil into shapes that can be glued together which forms the desired shape. There are advanced techniques and different sized paper that are used to create 3D miniatures, abstract art, and quilled flowers among many more things.
Many quilled artworks can be found on cabinets and stands, cribbage boards, ladies' purses, a wide range of both pictures and frames, work baskets, tea caddies, coats of arms and wine coasters as well. Storage boxes, larger than most jewelry boxes with drawers and/or tops that opened, quilled lockboxes, and more popular is quilling jewelry in recent times became a trend for fashion lovers, as they can be very light in weight and easy to carry on them. Some items are specially designed for quilling with recessed surfaces. Quilling is also combined or married with other techniques such as embroidery and painting. Nowadays, quilling is seeing a resurgence in popularity with quillers (people who practice the art of quilling) on every continent and in every walk of life. No longer confined to the "upper classes", this is a people's art form and the beauty of the art is always expanding thanks to innovators and rapidly growing number of quillers. Quilling is great for all ages thanks to the simplicity of the techniques and its easiness in making. The craft has become increasingly popular due to the low cost of the raw material. It is used to decorate wedding invitations, for Christmas, birth announcements, greeting cards, scrapbook pages, boxes and many more items. Quilling can be found in art galleries of Europe and in the United States and is an art that is practised around the world.
Quilling is relatively easy to learn compared to most other crafts, and with the resources available today, it can be learned by almost everyone including kids. Basic quilling techniques can be learned almost anywhere and there are several videos online that can teach you how to start quilling. There are many more exotic styles of quilling that aren't commonly taught but can be learned through books that teach the specific style you are looking for. Quilling is also a great craft for kids as it teaches them fine motor skills and is a great craft to train their hand and eye coordination. Slotted tool The slotted tool is the most important quilling tool of all as it makes curling coils much easier and faster. The quality of the coil is higher compared to a coil that was curled with a toothpick or hand. For younger children, it is recommended that a Curling Coach should be used with the slotted tool.
Needle tool -The needle tool plays a supporting but also an important role in the craft. It can be used primarily to apply glue to hard-to-reach areas of the coil or quilling design. Tweezers Tweezers are used to make delicate coils to prevent warping and unravelling the coils. They keep the coils the same size which is very important when making something with duplicate coils, like flower petals. Tweezers are also helpful in inserting paper in tight spaces.
Circle sizer ruler - The circle sizer ruler is not essential in making coils into the desired size after curling them. The ruler on the side can be used to measure each strip to ensure they are the same length before curling. Curling coach Curling coaches make a great compliment tool for slotted tools and are always recommended for younger kids and for people who like to quill 3D miniatures. It makes curling the strips much more faster and easier than if they were curled with just the slotted tool. Crimper tool This tool is always used to make crimped quilling strips. It helps to create different patterns. Paper types Quilling paper is available on the consumer market in more than 250 colours and dimensions. It can be divided into various categories, like solid coloured Quilling paper, graduated Quilling paper, two-tone Quilling paper, acid-free Quilling paper and other assorted parcels of Quilling paper as required. It is available in various dimensions, such as 1/8”, ¼” and 3/8 broad paper parcels. Acid-Free As the name clearly indicates these papers are completely acid-free. The quality of it makes it always an outstanding choice for making scrapbooks, rubber stamping, and creating frames for pictures. It assures your project will last long, without any side effects on the framed picture or album..
Graduated - Graduated papers provide an exceptional look to decorative quilling projects. The edges have a solid colour that gradually fades to white. When using a graduated paper, a quilling ring begins with a dark shade and ends up being faded to a lighter side. On the contrary, some graduated papers begin as white, or a lighter shade, and then they slowly fade into a solid, darker colour. Two-Tone This is one more important type of quilling paper. It is quite similar to the graduated quilling paper in its use but the look consists of a concrete colour on one side and comparatively lighter colour on the other side. With two-tone paper the colour remains the same, however, the intensity of the color is always different. The main use of this quilling paper is to always provide a desired level of softness to the quilled subject. It possesses the quality to quill many papers in a single spiral.
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