It's that time of the year, when the air cools and the leaves start to fall. This is my favorite season. It's when I enter into a more reflective mood. So to speak, it is the calm before the storm of the holiday hustle and bustle. In October, I will be teaching another class to raise funds for breast cancer research. Here's a preview of the fall projects:
|Quill 5 loose coils (6" long 1/8" deep orange paper)|
|Shape four of them into crescents|
|You will need one marquise for the center and four crescents|
for the pumpkin sections
|Mold the sections, working from the center to the side|
|Quill a 6" long green paper for the leaf|
and shape into a duck's foot.
|With the needle quilling tool, twirl a piece of |
green paper for the tendrils.
|Quill a 1/4" long brown paper for the stem,|
assemble the tendril and the stem to
make the finished pumpkin.