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Quilling Uppercase Letters

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Quilling Uppercase Letters is a digital PDF book to help you outline letters, so you can fill it in with anything you want, and give it to someone special.

Give someone a smile by quilling the first letter of their name for their birthday card. Make a framed monogram letter for wall décor to customize a home.

I’ve measured the letters A to Z, and made an easy guide for you to follow, so you don’t need a ruler to figure out the length. Simply lay your paper on top of my guide, and score to make the corners. Outline the letter following my template and fill it in with your quilling shapes.

SIZE

The letters are almost 3" in height
To enlarge, watch the Letter Y tutorial: https://youtu.be/UnnMIh2081s
To reduce, watch the Letter HI tutorial: https://youtu.be/IJtxlNpj5q4

Every letter includes a video tutorial showing how to outline.

 

In the samples shown, I've cut my quilling strips from Canson Mi-Tientes paper (160 gsm), 1/4 inch wide. Watch how to cut your own paper by hand or by machine.

View and print PDF files for free using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Download the Letter A for free and follow along my tutorial

2 bonus pages at the end are templates for you to cut your own quilling paper in widths of 1/8" and 1/4".


Watch how to outline of the letter A

Watch how to fill the letter A

Customer Reviews

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Janet Biggs

Excellent

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Hilary Forbes
Quilled upper case letters

Although only used a few letters I have found this to be a great way, particularly for a beginner.

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Nancy Larsen
Positively Perfect

This was a great little book. Everything measured perfectly. Thanks!!

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Sharon Merrill
Great tutorials to go along with wonderful instructions.

Fantastic help. Great teacher.

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Jill Pass
Printing difficulties

The letters are good but it is difficult for people to print things out. Not everyone can use a computer well enough to print things. I would have preferred a book.