In order to better understand the basics of quilling we taught the passengers the basic quilling shapes and had them make their very own quilling chart.
Here are the instructions:
ROLLS – Begin with a loose circle and are shaped by pinching one or more sides.
Tight Circle – Wind strip onto tool as tightly as you can. Glue loose end and remove.
Loose Circle – Wind strip onto tool. Loosen grip to allow paper to uncoil. Remove from tool and glue loose end. Note: The more you loosen, the bigger the finished shape will be.
Teardrop – Make a loose roll. Pinch one end between your humb and index finger.
Marquise – Make a loose roll. Place between thumb and index fingers of both hands and pinch both ends. A shaped marquise is the same except while pinching both ends, twist one end up and the other down.
Square – Make a loose roll. Pinch into a marquise, turn and pinch opposite sides.
Bunny Ear – Make a loose circle. Make a rounded indention at the top.
SCROLLS – Are not glued and may be rolled from one or both ends.
Loose Scroll – Make a loose roll leaving the end loose
Open Heart – Crease the strip in its center. Roll each end in toward the center
V Scroll – Crease the strip in the center. Rolls each end toward the outside.
S Scroll – Roll one end toward the strip’s center. Then roll the other end toward the center to make an S shape.
C Scroll – Roll both ends of the strip toward the strip’s center