Quilling Letters E-book, 26 Patterns and Templates for Quilling the Alphabet

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I'm excited to introduce my new e-book, Quilling Letters! I have watched quilling typography projects gain in popularity with each passing year, and hope my book will help you in your next letter masterpiece.




Quilling Letters Measuring Strips

I've pre-measured every side and curve of the 26 letters of the alphabet. Each number corresponds with a template pattern below. Just like my first book, Pretty Quilled Cards, you won't need a ruler or count a fraction of an inch. Just lay your strip on top, score, snip, and you're ready to fold, then glue.



Quilling Letters Measuring Strips

It's much easier to follow along a template when quilling letters. 



Quilling Letters Tracing

Use a dried up pen to trace on top of my template to leave a score line on your work surface.



Quiling Letters Tutorial Pattern Video

I've also filmed a video showing how to outline the letter A. Follow along with me by downloading the template to outline the letter A.

Another video showing how to quickly and easily fill the letter will be coming soon.

I hope my book helps you with your next quilling type project – I love hearing about how you've been inspired to try quilling too! Please leave a comment below or any advice you may have to help me improve my next videos.


Paper Brand: Canson, Mi-Tientes
Weight: 98 lb / 160 gsm (heftier than standard quilling paper)
Width: 1/4" (I cut them myself using a Cricut Explore)
Sheet Size: 8½ × 11” or 19 × 25” from fine art stores
Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2zpVAg2

6 comments:

  1. Oh my. I've not ventured into letters yet. Still not sure if I want to...but! Your work is just stunning! I'll be sharing this on my facebook page for others to see!

    Here's to no time for boredom!

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    1. Hey Lisa, so happy you're inspired by my work! Thank you for making my day! :D

      Cecelia

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  2. This will be the first time. My sister in law send this to me. I really want to try it out.

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    1. Welcome to the world of quilling Melissa! I hope you find as much enjoyment from the craft as I have. I've been sharing tips and techniques in a series of tutorials on YouTube and hope it helps you!

      Cecelia

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  3. What weight paper do you use? Do you have a preferred paper strip sourc

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    1. Hello, thanks for asking! Here are more details about the paper I use specifically for making the letters:

      Paper Brand: Canson, Mi-Tientes
      Weight: 98 lb / 160 gsm (heftier than standard quilling paper)
      Width: 1/4" (I cut them myself using a Cricut Explore)
      Sheet Size: 8½ × 11” or 19 × 25” from fine art stores
      Amazon Affiliate Link: http://amzn.to/2zpVAg2

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