Learn to quill
Want to learn from an experienced quiller?
Are you looking to arrange a quilling demonstration or workshop for members of a group?
Would you like to organise a 'make and take' quilling activity at a festival or special event?
If so, we have several members who may be willing to assist you. Their names, regional locations and contact details are listed below.
To make an enquiry, please contact any of the following Quilling Guild members direct using the email links/telephone numbers provided. All demonstration/tuition fees and reimbursements for expenses must be negotiated directly with the members concerned.
You will see that some of the members listed below have the letters 'QGA' after their names. This signifies that they are Accredited Members of The Quilling Guild, whose standard of quilling has satisfied a panel of assessors as being sufficiently high in technical skill to attain recognition under our highly-respected Accreditation Scheme.
Please note, however, that entry to the Accreditation Scheme is optional, so the absence of a 'QGA' rating may simply indicate that the quilling skills of the individuals concerned have not been formally assessed.
As a Guild, we are unable to undertake any assessment of our members' teaching skills. When contacting any of the members on this list, therefore, you should always make sufficient enquiries to satisfy yourself about an individual's suitability for a particular booking. Please note also that any members whose services you engage resulting from the information on this page will be acting for you in a private capacity and not in the name of The Quilling Guild. The Guild cannot, therefore, be held responsible for any actions or omissions on their part.
Please be sure to check back on this page regularly, as we hope to be adding more names to the following list very soon ...
Josie Jenkins QGA provides one-off quilling workshops, talks and demonstrations in the Liverpool area. You can read more on Josie's website at https://josiejenkinsquilling.wordpress.com
For more information email email@example.com
or phone 07811 081341
Jane Jenkins QGA is willing to provide individual tuition and also offers teaching workshops for groups of 25 - 40 people at any quilling level, including complete beginners. If you have somewhere local to meet with tables and chairs, Jane can bring you a day of fun, teaching you lots of new and old techniques and good ideas. Basic equipment and materials are all that are needed for a wide range of projects. Workshops for smaller groups can also be arranged at Jane's home in East Yorkshire. Read more on Jane's website at http://www.janejenkinsquillingbooks.com
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 01482 843721
Carole Brown operates in the Leeds area and is able to teach the basics of quilling to small groups on a voluntary basis - i.e. making a simple card.
For more information email C.J.Brown@leedsbeckett.ac.uk
Dagmar Walton operates in the Bradford area of West Yorkshire and is available to teach small groups or individuals on a one-off or regular basis.
For more information email email@example.com
or phone 07969 051759
You can also visit Dagmar's Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/Quilling-Away-1425980714336853/
WEST AND SOUTH-WEST WALES
Anne Straker QGA offers an illustrated talk on quilling and/or quilling workshops for up to 35 people. Her work and photos of workshops can be seen on her QuillingbyAnne Facebook Page at:
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 01239 814851
Philippa Reid QGA offers day-time quilling workshops for small groups and children's parties; 'make and take' drop-in workshops for public events; activity afternoons in elderly care homes and also individual tuition. Areas covered: Hampshire, West Surrey and the Taunton area in Somerset.) Read more on Philippa's website at http://learntoquill.weebly.com
For more information, email email@example.com
or phone 07774 606449
Catherine Allison offers personal tuition and also runs workshops in the Reading area, or further afield by arrangement.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy Merivale gives demonstrations and talks in the areas of Havering, East London and the north part of Kent, within a 20 mile radius of South Ockendon (RM15).
For more information, email email@example.com
or phone 07745 379278
Jill Lackford QGA is available to provide talks and demonstrations in the Somerset and Dorset area, being based in Yeovil.
Jill can also provide quilling workshops for all abilities (if you have a venue) and provide everything you need. You can see Jill's work at www.JillsQuills.blogspot.co.uk
or phone 07800 664235
Bill McBride offers quilling workshops and tuition throughout Northern Ireland. Read more on his website at: www.grandabillcrafts.com
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 07855080310
NORTH AMERICA AND CANADA
Naomi Lipsky QGA
or phone 401-450-1010
Heidi Bishop QGA offers classes in the Pacific Northwest along the I-5 corridor and I-84 corridor, Southern BC Canada, Washington and Oregon State, Western Idaho State. (Within a day’s drive.) All other details will need to be worked out event by event.
Preferred and international contact e-mail: bishophL62@yahoo.com
Secondary and domestic contact: 360-430-3174
Pily Nunez QGA offers regular classes in Santiago, Rancagua and other Chilean cities on request.
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
Christine Donehue provides quilling classes for groups of up to 10 people and demonstrations for groups or public events.
FOR DETAILS OF REGIONAL QUILLING GROUPS THAT MEET ON A REGULAR BASIS, PLEASE VISIT OUR DIARY PAGE.