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  • Introduction
  • Basic Quilling Equipment
  • Basic Quilling Techniques
  • Basic Quilled Shapes
  • Twiners and Climbers:
    • Warrine
    • Coral Vine
    • Wild Sarsaparilla
    • Twining Fringed Lily
    • Bougainvillea
    • Passionflower
  • Succulents and Cacti:
    • Round-Leaved Pigface
    • Yellow Salt-Star
    • Sea-Urchin Cactus
    • Parakeelya
    • Prickly Pear
  • Native Garden Favourites:
    • Geraldton Wax
    • Swan River Daisy
    • Lesser Bottlebrush
    • Rapier Featherflower
    • Morrison
  • International Garden Favourites:
    • Bird of Paradise
    • Rose
    • Foxglove
    • Daffodil
    • Columbine
  • The Arid Zone:
    • Ruby Saltbush
    • Tall Mulla-Mulla
    • Desert Kurrajong
    • Wild Tomato
  • Terrestrial Orchids:
    • Blue Lady Orchid
    • Jug Orchid
    • Queen of Sheba
    • Yellow China Orchid
  • Ground Huggers:
    • Pincushions
    • Hairy Leschenaultia
    • Viola
    • Lily of the Valley
    • Boomerang Triggerplant
    • Black Toothbrushes
  • Indoor and Container Dwellers:
    • Cyclamen
    • Peace Lily
    • Water Lily
    • Ivy-Leaf Geranium
    • Cineraria
  • Further Reading

Title: A Guide to Quilling Flowers
Author/Designer: Helen Walter
Format/Publication Date: TPB:2002
Publisher: Sally Milner Publishing, Bowral NSW, Australia
Language: English
Page Count: 112
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 10" x 7 1/2"
ISBN: 186351306X

SUMMARY- Her basic lesson is sketchy at best - if I were a novice, I'd look elsewhere for beginning tutorials. Once you've got the basics down, though, you're spoiled for choice of flowering projects(just take a look at the table of contents!). I was happy to run across this book, and will certainly add her other books to my library when I can track them down. She uses a wide variety of techniques in order to get the effects needed for the plant she's immortalizing, and I think her designs are very effective in conveying the flower she's represented. If I knew the flower, I could recognize it in the photo.