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how to make quilling basic shapes for beginners tutorial - part 1!
2, A slotted or needle quilling tool.
3, Stick pin
6, Pro Circle
To learn the basic shapes you practice with scrap strips of quilling paper.
lengths is up to you.
Tight Coil: Insert the tip of your paper strip into the slot of your quilling tool and wind tightly.
Secure with glue before
Loose Coil: Begin as you did with the closed coil.
Slide the unglued coil from the tool and allow to gently open into pro circle shape.
Glue end to secure.The loose coil is the base shape for all the other shapes in this tutorial.You may wish to make a bunch and then further practice the remaining quilling shapes.
Teardrop: Begin with an open coil.
Pinch one side to create the tear drop shape.
Tear drop shape made.
Marquise: Squeeze both ends of an open coil to create a marquise shape.Play with where you put your finger pressure to create different centers.
Curved Tear Drops: You can manipulate the tear drop shape into curved shapes.
Wrap and press the tear drop around a pen or quilling tool to create a more closed curved tear drop shape.
Crescent: Begin with a tear drop.
Move the center nearer to the point and then pinch off the bottom on the other side.
Press the shape around a pen or similar object to create a cresent shape.
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