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I never quilled, but could one take a paper clip straighten it out, then fold it in half next stick the ends in a cordless drill set to miniumum tention? Finally feed the end of the paper in the slot created by the wire? (if wire is too weak one could get a thicker piece of wire)
My other idea would be to mount a couple of nails in the center of a lazy susan. if one needed more control.
Hi...even I am looking forward to develop a machine for quilling to lessen the manual effort...anyone had anything developed successfully? How does a drill machine help in quilling ?
The video is unavailable. I want to make one. Being playing around with something like that. Only I want to slow down the motor. Trying to figure that out. Do you happen to have the video downloaded?
Posted:Sep 8, 2009
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