Can kids do Quilling?

What age can do quilling?

Answer: 6 years is the best age at which a child can quill. With an adult present to guide them (art teacher or kindergarten teacher) a child at the age of 4+ can create all the basic Quilling shapes.

Is quilling time consuming?

Quilling combs can seem tricky and time consuming to use. You may feel like they’re not worth the effort, but try this tip before you give up on them: first, roll a small coil using a quilling needle form. Then, transfer the coil to your quilling comb and make your shape.

How long do Quilling hedgehogs last?

Most hedgehog enthusiasts will agree that the first stage of quilling occurs at 2-3 weeks and will last up through the first twelve weeks of life. The process will slow after the first 12 weeks but will continue off and on for the first six months.

Why is Quilling important?

Creative play is also associated with improved self-confidence, motor skills, concentration and cognitive skills. Easy on your pocket- Quilling tools and materials are very affordable, than the other expensive art and hobby toys-which are just one time use.

What can I use if I don’t have a quilling tool?


  • Scissors.
  • Utility knife.
  • Mechanical pencil.
  • Cotton swab (Q-tip)
  • Seam ripper.
  • Paint stick (I used it to protect the surface while cutting)
  • Quilling paper or strips of cut construction paper to test.
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What type of glue is used for quilling?

For quilling you want a water based glue that is not too tacky or sticky. You want a glue that will dry quickly and dry clear. We highly recommend and sell Elmers Craft Bond Glue.

Does quilling paper fade?

We provide you with one of the most superior quality of paper available in the market so that the colours don’t fade over time. Our strict quality control processes makes sure that all the papers are of consistent thickness, a thickness which is suitable for quilling.