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History[ edit ] During the Renaissance , French and Italian nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items. The paper most commonly used was strips of paper trimmed from the gilded edges of books. These gilded paper strips were then rolled to create the quilled shapes. Quilling often imitated the original ironwork of the day. It was one of the few things ladies could do that was thought not too taxing for their minds or gentle dispositions. Quilling also spread to the Americas and there are a few examples from Colonial times. Some items were specially designed for quilling with recessed surfaces.
Quilling is great for all ages thanks to the simplicity of the techniques and how relaxing it is.
The craft has become increasingly popular due to the low cost of the material. It is used to decorate wedding invitations, for Christmas, birth announcements, greeting cards, scrapbook pages, and boxes.
Quilling can be found in art galleries in Europe and in the United States and is an art that is practiced around the world. Accessibility[ edit ] Quilling is relatively easy to learn compared to most other crafts, and with the resources available today, it can be learned by almost everyone.
Basic quilling techniques can be learned almost anywhere and there are several videos online that can teach you how to start quilling.
To see quilling used in the classroom, you can contact your child's school district.
Slotted tool[ edit ] Slotted Tool The slotted tool is the most important quilling tool as it makes curling coils much easier and faster. The quality of the coil is noticeably higher compared to a coil that was curled with a toothpick or hand. For younger children, it is recommended that a Curling Coach be used with the slotted tool.
Needle tool[ edit ] The needle tool plays a supporting role in the craft. It is used primarily to apply glue to hard-to-reach areas of the coil or quilling design. Tweezers[ edit ] Tweezer Tweezers are used to make delicate coils to prevent warping and unraveling.
They keep the coils the same size which is important when making something with duplicate coils, like flower petals. Tweezers are also helpful in inserting paper in tight spaces.
Hand sew the three separate petals into a tapered tube and insert the stamen. Sew the three petals together with the pointy side of the petals on the outside. Hand sew the full ring and half ring of petals together to form a longer ring.
Roll the ring of petals around the three center petals and hand sew together. Hand sew the petals of the outer petal together to form a cup shape. Hand sew outer petal and the sepal to the rest of the flower. Tree trunk: Sew a large tapering tube to go over the bracket, this will form a 'tree trunk'. Finish the seams the same you did the dinosaur bodies.
Put the 'tree trunk' over the bracket. Optionally add stuffing and close the 'tree trunk'. Machine sew several leaves and flowers.
Turn the leaves and flowers correct side out and add decorative stitching. Add stuffing and close the leaves and flowers using a slip stitch. Using decorative stitching, add the leaves and flowers to the 'tree trunk' Twigs: Add a 'trunk', leaves and flowers to the horizontal beams to make them look like twigs.
Woodblock: Cut two circles the size of the music box.