Strips of paper are curled and shaped to create artistic designs. Limited to 10 participants. SAL room. Call to register.
What is the art of paper curling? Known as quilling, or paper filigree, this art form dates back to the 14th and 15th century and was a pastime for ladies of leisure. Simply put, strips of paper are curled and shaped to create artistic designs.
Steve Caswell, longtime Waterbury resident, has been teaching this art form for a number of years and will be leading a workshop on the art of paper curling on Monday, December 10th in the Waterbury Public Library’s SAL room from 6:30-8 pm.
Just in time for the holidays, Steve will lead participants in making a decorative snowflake or candle wreath to decorate for the season or to give as a gift. Participants will learn how to use basic quilled shapes to create beautiful designs.
There will be a $1.00 materials fee. Call 244-7036 Space is limited to 10 participants
- Occurred Monday, December 10th, 2018 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm