- Begin by conditioning the quilling strip. This is done by running your fingernail or needle tool along the end of the strip. The paper will begin to curl as the fibers in the paper are broken down.
- Note that when conditioning the strip, do so on both ends so that each end is curved in the same direction (creating a slight "C" curved shape)
- Place the quilling paper in the slot at the very top of your slotted tool or at the top of your needle tool or pin.
- Holding the loose end of the paper in one hand and your tool in the other hand, begin turning the your tool, gently pulling the paper, toward the center of the strip.
- The paper will begin turning as the tool grabs the paper.
- Repeat with the other end of the strip, turning or curling the strip in the same direction.
- In the picture, both ends are approximately the same size, they do not have to be. One end can be smaller than the other. This is a personal choice and may also depend on how the shape will be used.
- Note: If this shape is turned 90 degrees, it will appear to be a "U"
Quilling C-Scroll Shape Instructions
The C-Scroll gets its name from the shape it takes when completed, as can be seen from the picture, it looks like a "C"
Instructions for making the C-Scroll shape are as follows (note: These instructions can be used no matter what length or width paper you are using):