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How to Quill flower petals using a Comb

Its been a couple of months since I started quilling. It was high time I started using quilling comb and other tools. I was quite fascinated by the pattern one could do using a simple comb and quilling paper.

Here is how you could make petal structures using a regular comb (no I haven’t used the quilling comb).


The Daisy Flower Earrings:

Quilled Daisy earring

Made these simple pair of daisy earrings – the petals as you can see have tiny loops in them giving the petals an intricately designed appearance.

How To:

Step 1:

Start with a strip of quilling paper and a comb.

Step 2:

Make a loop at one end of the strip using the quilling needle. Use a little glue to secure the loop.

Step 3:

Remove the strip from the needle and insert it in the comb.

Step 4:

Start by wrapping the quilling strip on the closest tooth of the comb.

Step 5:

As you can see, the strip is taken down the prong/tooth of the comb and brought to the front.

Step 6:

As you keep wrapping, apply a little glue at the center (bottom) so that the strips are in place. You may not need to apply the glue once you are comfortable in handling the strips.

Step 7:

My petal is going to be a small one, so I made 4 wraps on each side of the central loop.

This is the side view of the wraps to give you an idea of how the structure is at this point.

Step 8:

Now slowly slide the strip out of the comb.

Step 9:

Bring the two ends of the structure together as shown.

I did not like this image…my chipped off nail color is so clear in this :( !!!

Step 10:

Now quill the remaining part of the strip around this structure and use glue to secure the quilled design.

Five such petals have been made and glued together.

A tight coil is quilled for the center of the daisy and glued on top.

One more flower is made using the same steps as outlined above.

Comb quilled petals

Jump rings and earring hooks are then inserted to finish the earring.

A clear coat of sealant is applied to protect the earrings.

14 comments

  1. which brand of sealant do you use?

  2. thanks for the great idea Rums… Hope u dont mind me calling u like this.:)

  3. Hi just love our blog. Wonderful photo tutorial of quilled jewelry. Best blog for people interested in quilling jewelry. Like me :-)

  4. This one is soooo just lovely! :-) can we apply fabric glue on this as u have used in the other post?

  5. I want more ideas for quilling craft .

  6. You did a great job on the pics, and I’m really glad to know I can use a regular comb instead of buying a special quilling comb.

  7. thanks for the method of making a earing with a paper

  8. I learned the basic quilling techniques many years ago. My friend and I decided to make it an adventure and it is a beautiful one. I love the demo showing how to make a flower with a comb.I learned that technique a few weeks ago. The one thing I loved in your above demo is your less than perfect nail job. So human and no apology expected.Join the club(chipped nail club)

  9. fantastic flowers. thanks for teaching. what is the size of the strips you have used?

  10. Wonderful flowers… Enjoyed it.. Looking out for more creative flowers..

  11. it is very interesting to learn .I like this very much….looking out for more crafts……………………..

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