Friday, 27 February 2009

Quilling patterns - Fringed Flower Design

Some bunch of Fringed flower quilling craft is back again. This craft is a blend of beautiful and attractive colour papers.

Here i have done a fringed flower craft using two different colours.

For this you have to use two different contrast colours, for eg: purple and pink, red and yellow.

Here I'll explain you the making of this flower, as i said the two colour combination is your choice and can make more beautiful flowers.

How to make these bunch of fringed flowers:

1. Fringed Flower: Make 2 fringed flowers using 3 1/2" lengths of 3/8" width purple paper, 2 fringed flowers using 3 1/2" lengths of 3/8" width deep aqua paper, and 1 fringed flower using a 3 1/2" length of 3/8" aqua paper. make 2 fringed flowers using 3" lengths of 1/4th width pink and 1 fringed flower using a 3" length of 1/4" width purple paper.

2. Assemble the design in the following pattern. Add stems and scrolls using various lengths of green paper.


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Blogger rachana shah said...

Today whole day i was visiting ur blog, i have seen ur entire art things,designs and the way u r doing this with ur Job...
its really appriciable..
i love this flower technique of quilling, but i didn't find any vidoe to make this as i m a new learner.. can you suggest any video so that i can make it..

24 August 2009 at 21:13  
Blogger Karuna said...

Hi Reshmi,

I also quill and saw this fringed flower. Would love to learn how you created this lovely fringed bunch of flowers. please teach me :)

23 November 2009 at 01:56  
Blogger Dr Sonia S V said...

Hi Reshmi
The fringed flowers are simply beautiful.I started quilling from yesterday and your work is inspiring!

Dr Sonia Suprabha Venugopal
Consultant ENT and Head and Neck Surgery

6 December 2010 at 21:05  

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