Organizing You Quilling Tools, Your Quilling Workspace And Working A Quilling Project
Keeping your tools and quilling supplies together makes your work area more efficientand more fun!
Many quillers use tackle boxes for storage. There are numerous trays and compartments and often a removable tray with compartment lids is included. Many craft and sewing shops will have tool boxes with multiple drawers, trays and compartments. Find one that suits your needs, is easy to access and carry. You want to keep your tools clean and in good condition, and if you save back any shapes made but not currently needed for a pattern, you need storage that separates tools from supplies and shapes. Imagine how youd feel if you created a beautiful coil and then found it had been ruined by a dirty tool.
Quillers work best in a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. Advanced quillers may be able to work in various environments, but beginners usually prefer a good, solid surfacelike the kitchen table. Advanced or beginner, you need to make sure your chair is comfortable and supports your back and arms. Working near a window allows you to see your paper colors in natural daylight, as...