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Quilling with Sandy Watson




Crafter Sandy Watson is here to demonstrate quilling, an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. Simply gather together your tools and materials and download one of the pretty fringed blossom templates below, along with the basket template, to begin quilling a lovely flower design at home. (Martha and Sandy made Pretty Fringed Blossom 4 on the show.)

Tools and Materials
Slotted or needle quilling tool
White craft glue
Sharp scissors
Straight pins
Quilling board (or 9-by-12-inch corrugated cardboard with waxed paper wrapped around it)
Quilling paper in a variety of colors
Cloth-covered floral wire
Pretty Fringed Blossom Template 1
Pretty Fringed Blossom Template 2
Pretty Fringed Blossom Template 3
Pretty Fringed Blossom Template 4
Basket Template

Quilling How-To
If this is your first time quilling, you may also want to download these basic quilling instructions.
Quilling Instructions Part 1
Quilling Instructions Part 2

Special thanks to Sandy Watson for demonstrating quilling. All tools and materials are available on, where you can also purchase the complete quilling kit that was given to our studio audience.


  1. Step 1

The Martha Stewart Show, March 2008



Reviews (6)

  • msims721 27 Apr, 2010

    Pretty Fringed Blossom Template 3

  • ClaudiaW 24 Mar, 2008

    Went to, saw the kit, but no where did it tell you what came in the kit.

  • Donna89 22 Mar, 2008

    Just press on close and pix of the project comes right up and the list of supplies, templates,quilling instructionss, and resources. Very inpressive! Donna

  • LBarrio 18 Mar, 2008

    The picture actually appears once you click on "print."

  • sli 14 Mar, 2008

    I would also like to see a picture of the finished project. It has been years since I quilled and I would really like to use this project to start up again now that my children are grown.

  • nrozzelle 13 Mar, 2008

    Where can we see a picture of the finished quilling project?