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quilling

Syllabification: quill·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈkwiliNG
 
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Definition of quilling in English:

noun

1A piece of quilled lace or other fabric used as a trim.
1.1North American A type of ornamental craftwork involving the shaping of paper, fabric, or glass into delicate pleats or folds.
Example sentences
  • Adult workshops/public programs that relate to the Victorian era are offered through the year, including china painting, Battenberg lacemaking, beginning watercolors, paper quilling, and Christmas goosefeather trees.
  • We will have a demonstration of quilling, spirille and glass painting by Paula and Ann.
  • Marquetry examples represented the majority of tea caddies at this point, but there was also an interesting group decorated by amateurs in the paper filigree technique known as quilling.

Words that rhyme with quilling

deskilling, filling, grilling, killing, Pilling, Schilling, self-fulfilling, shilling, Trilling, unfulfilling, willing

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