|This celtic cat is a purrrfect design|
for expression with quilling.
Design books might include CDs with images you can load right up on your computer for manipulation. And the best part is that many of these sorts of resources are specifically created to be copyright-free. (Always be sure to check the copyright - even Creative Commons licenses are usually not for commercial purposes. But quilling them for your own personal use is often allowed.)
|A piece I've copied and started|
coloring in. Making multiple
copies allows you to experiment
with colors without damaging
|Instructions for how to|
draw your own knots.
Have you done quilling along a Celtic theme? Where did you get your ideas, and how did to go about making the complex curling forms?
Image Credit: My pix of my own books. They are: Celtic Spirals and Other Designs by Sheila Sturrock, Celtic Designs by Mallory Pearce, and Celtic Designs for Artists and Craftspeople by Dover Clip Art.