Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Tutorial: Quillography style symmetric flower

Hello All,

While it is still fresh in the memory, here was the album I made using microquilling:



Lots of people askied me how I made that flower. Well, I don't know how it is supposed to be made but here is my take on making this flower :)



For those with unstable/slow Internet connections, here are the snapshots :)






















Happy Quilling

Pritesh

PS: If my posts inspire you to create something on similar lines, I feel highly flattered. But please, do respect the effort I take in conceptualizing and executing, please give a direct link to my work when you are inspired by mine. Thanks for understanding........:-)

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

One more wonderful tutorial! Thanks Pritesh. - Dina

quilled paper paradise said...

Looks very fragile. Needs a lot of patience and a steady hand because of a single coil of paper. Very delicate! I congratulate you for your patience!

Sathya said...

Though able to figure out the make of centre and flower petals, your tute helped to clarify few queries in handling tiny bits of petals...Thanks for sharing,Pritesh :)

Reusing with Quilling said...

Wow ! Very nice and helpful tutorial.Thanks for sharing a video as well as snaps.

Shalaka said...

Good afternoon Pritesh!!!
I am here on our blog after a long time...usually just on FB. Completely impressed with 3 of your posts,the tutorial,the microquilled album and the quilled Eye clock and loved the story behind them too.Gr8 work.Hats Off.It just reminded me of the earlier days when I started quilling some 2 years back and used to read your blog for new quilling techniques.Keep it up...and all the Best:)

Dr Sonia S V said...

Fabulous Pritesh..now I understand why the project took up so much time!! And a big hug for posting the pictorial shots!

Bosky said...

Wonderful Pritesh ,loved the tutorial:)

Suman Pandit said...

Hi Pritesh, such a nice tutorial, would surely try Thank you :)

Avni said...

Gosh! You do have lots of patience Pritesh! Thanks for this:)

Indira Tanwar said...

Wow this looks like a lot of work!! But this way the petals come out a lot tidier.
I had tried witha different method Pritesh. I took one long strip and folded it like a fan, not pressing the outer side of petals, but it is difficult to avoid that and that ends tend to look pointed. I will try out your method too. Thanks for sharing.

Pily said...

Thanks to share this tutorial!!!

Rose Angeline said...

Awesome!!!! Thnx for the tutorial Pritesh :)

Anama Lily said...

I will definitely try these!
Had it all pretty much figured out but it was soooo nice hearing your voice in the video!

Cheers for the inspiration!

Love & Light & PaperSpirals ~ Anama

Pritesh Dagur said...

Thank you everyone! Yes Indira, I tried the other method first and wasn't too impressed. This is a lot more work to do but gave good results :)

Sonia, you're always welcome. I never forget that you don't like watching videos :)

Bosky, you're most welcome dear girl :)

Shylaashree said...

Pritesh your voice is so sweet like you. i loved to play the video again and again. Great future for your voice. hope i would here your song soon...

Tanu said...

Simple n Delicate flower. Requires a steady hand. Surely will give a try during my break Pritesh. Thanks for tutorial

Karuna said...

thanks for sharing your ideas and knowledge which very few crafters do today! I have been eyeing this kind of quilling for so long but left it alone thinking its so tough. your tutorial has surely inspired me :)

PMT~ Meg said...

This is so clearly demonstrated and explained! Thank you so much.

Nupur said...

Nice work! Hats off to you that even after being so busy, you find time for tutorials! Thanks for the tutorial. Do visit my blog at http://thrilling-quilling.blogspot.com/

Pritesh Dagur said...

Thanks so much for the compliment Anama and Shylashree. I will try to record a song to upload, if people can stand my singing :)

Ananda said...

Hi Pritesh Ma'am,
This is Ananda from
http://anandasreenidhi.blogspot.in/
I love your work and recreated your pig ornament.
Please do visit my blog and share your views on my blog.

Thanks,
An Ardent Admirer,
Ananda Sreenidhi

Sheetal Dalvi said...

Thank you so much for sharing tutorial.

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Pearlie Samuel said...

Hi Pritesh,
I discovered your blog today and have been having a lovely time going through it :) I have never tried quilling, but your work makes me want to give it a try!
A few months back, I have tried making a circular flower, similar to what you have demonstrated. Mine was much bigger and made from paper ribbon, but after seeing your tutorial, I was wondering if the same procedure could be adapted for your flower too. Here is a link to my tute: http://papernpearlz.com/paper-craft/tutorial-bow-ornament/
Thanks,
Pearlie.

M.Rajeshkumar said...

Very nice..creation..
all the best...!!