Jane Jenkins Quilling Books: Welcome










Some useful links


JJ Quilling Design: good quality quilling papers, useful equipment and lots of expertise. Best place to buy strips to make our designs.

The Quilling Guild: the Quilling Guild's Website; a charity with information about displays, events, accreditation as a quiller, etc.
Full members receive three colour magazines a year about quilling and quilling matters - with patterns and ideas, and can be in contact with a
Local Contact, often with cheaper access to workshops and classes.

Whimsiquills: worth a visit for quilling supplies in USA.

Shop Quillers: supply good quality strips in Japan - really excellent quillers! Shiro is the Local Contact for The Quilling Guild in Japan
and can give you information.

www.filigraan.nl: Janetta van Roekel's website shows Dutch supplies and has information about the Dutch Quilling Guild. Worth a visit to her site.

Polly & Meg's Treasures: Called 'PMT' but a lot more fun, Polly and Meg sell quilling supplies in Springwood, NSW, in Australia. You can email PMT.

EC Crafts: Paper crafts by Liz Colyer, courses at Denman College and in the Oxford area, Quilling Guild Rep.

Decorating Direct: have an acrylic spray, very similar to the one made by Humbrol, called Keen Top Crystal Clear spray.
To protect your quillings, spray lightly in a well ventilated room and leave to dry well, before spraying again to finish.
I place quillings together on a newspaper to absorb any varnish that misses. If you make your quilling on a foam 'Quilling or Husking Board'
(available from JJ Quilling Design), you can place several in a 'bonfire' pile to maximise spray use.
Don't flood quillings, as the paper might become floppy. Always test mounts before spraying. Cork, wood, hessian, slate, etc. all spray well.
Card may absorb unevenly so try it first and use the Quilling board if unsure.

You are welcome to email us if you have any queries.