Friday, April 6, 2018

Quilling Letter P Tutorial - How to quill beehive scrolls

how to quilling letter p and how to quill beehive technique

How to quill the letter P, beehive scrolls, and freehand drawings – this video is jam packed with helpful insights!

I wanted to make a picture dictionary so you can replace the letter P with any letter from my book, Quilling Letters. Swap out the poodle for any other drawing to customize your own picture dictionary project.


how to quilling letter p and how to quill beehive technique

Free Quilling Template

Download my free template for the Letter P and start quilling along with me! Every strip is numbered and pre-measured for you, just like my book, Pretty Quilled Cards.

how to quilling letter p and how to quill beehive technique

It's easy to start Quilling a Beehive Scroll

Give your quilling a lacy texture or color fill using the beehive technique. It quickly fills up a space, and I've always imagined it to represent the texture of a poodle or even sheep! Give it a try - it's really fast to make and you have to be exact with it.


how to quilling letter p and how to quill beehive technique

How to Quill Freehand Shaped Illustrations

Have you been struggling to quill an illustration? Watch how to sculpt your strips and tame them like a docile dog.

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3 comments:

  1. Really nice technique and I enjoy all your videos! One question: In your paragraph "It's Easy to Quill a Beehive Scroll," did you actually mean that you *don't* have to be exact? Because if that's the case, I'd feel more confident to try it... I'm not always very good with exact measuring and lining up.

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    1. Hi Keeral, thanks for commenting! Yes, that's exactly what I mean - I find with the Beehive scroll, you don't have to be exact. If the coils are a little large, a little smaller, it's very hard to tell once you scrunch them all up. I'm sure if you looked closely at mine, they are all a little different and that randomness is what makes the texture so appealing. You will gain confidence after you've tried it a few times. I have been quilling for a long time, so don't compare yourself to me - just have fun in making a small project, then another, then a larger one. If you saw all my projects from 10 years ago, you'd see my work is not exact and lining up either.

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