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Quilled Halloween Sampler


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The Quilled Halloween Sampler Instructions will tell you how to make nine different small Halloween themed projects (plus a bonus project!). The 16 pages are packed with pictures and ample details of paper quilling for you to recreate the sampler, or use it to come up with your own scary ideas! These spooky designs can be used together to form a framed Halloween sampler group, or they can be used separately on greeting cards, gift tags, place settings, ornaments, wall art, or in whatever way suits your fancy! You can be creative and detour from the exact directions whenever it suits you and your project needs. Some of the projects are very quick, while others are a little more involved, so you can fit the projects to the time you have available. Most of the designs are suitable for someone who knows the basics of paper quilling (beginner), while a few others are suitable for an intermediate level of quiller. Most of the designs and motifs will be familiar, like bats and pumpkins, while others will be more unusual, like vampire fangs and skeleton keys. Let your creepy side out and enjoy some Halloween fun with the Quilled Halloween Sampler! If you want the entire PDF of sampler instructions, download them now for $3.99. Otherwise, you can visit my blog at, where I will be posting the directions in pieces for free between now and Halloween! And if you are a quiller, I'd love if you followed my blog for news, patterns, interviews, book reviews, and more! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should already know how to make the standard quilling shapes, and to accomplish small quilled projects. You should know how to use quilling tools and how to properly glue pieces together. You should know how to follow instructions for a quilling project. You should be able to make some shapes in addition to the basic ones, including off-center circles, roses, and corkscrew coils. You should know what the different widths of quilling paper are and how to use them. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The pieces of each project vary in size from less than an inch to about 2.5 inches in size. The projects are designed to fit into small squares of 2.5 inches on a side.

Recommended with this pattern

  • You will need scissors and white craft glue. A quilling board with pins and a pair of tweezers would be very helpful.
  • You will need access to a variety of quilling papers in many colors (mostly black, dark grey, light grey, dark brown, light brown, and orange, but also yellow, white, red, purple, and others.)
  • You will also want to bring your creativity, sense of adventure, experimentation, and fun!

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J.A.Grier - Stories, Stones, and Spirals
J.A.Grier - Stories, Stones, and Spirals
J.A. Grier is an avid quiller who loves sharing and learning more about quilled art! Follow her on her paper quilling blog at Stories, Stones, and Spirals! - where you will find ideas, book reviews, tutorials, interviews, news, updates, and more! An astronomer and educator by day, she has been quilling since the age of nine, in a time when no one had any idea what quilling was. She is thrilled to see the resurgence of quilling as an art form growing all over the world.