Thanks! This is exactly what I needed, esp. since I will be in my first craft fair!
Awesome, Erin! Good luck with your show!
Thank you a million times over for sharing this.
what is the best paper weight to use for quilling
A lot of the answer about weight comes with personal preference. But usually, a heavier weight is best for on-edge work and outlines, and the thinner sheets coil easier. But some prefer the heavier paper for their entire piece. I would say wether you cut your own strips or buy pre-made, you should experiment with different weights and see what works best in your hands and on your projects. Best of luck, Linda!
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