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Quilling Convention

Quilling Convention

International Quilling convention.
In Papirmuseets By Bomhusvej 3 Graasten
Friday, and Saturday, 3. and 4. May  10AM - 4.00PM

You will have learned quilling techniques and we must make different quillingfigures on the courses over the two days, you can also choose to join one day. The courses are for beginners and advanced. You will get to meet other creative quillers. Please take your quilling works with the inspiring joint exhibition.

There will be different courses you can choose.

Course Program: It will be a workshop with the new fine comb butterflies. Then there will be a workshop with May mandala. And there comes a new booklet with lily of the valley. The last workshop is with 3D fairies, flowers, wreaths and Suspenssions. We making all the things both days.
We reserve the right to make changes

All materials can in Materialkit  be paid at the store.

Remember: Bring your own quillingtools scissors, quillingpen, ted and black combs, needles, pinzet, formfinger, helpinghand etc. (Otherwise buy it in the store) We give guidance to novices.

Drinks can you bay in the Cafe, take your own fruit and snacks from home.

Kl. 12:30 to 13:30 is lunch. You can order food ore you are also welcome to take food with.

When you Shopping you get 10 procent
there is surplus stock remaining strips and other good for crazy prices.

Order ticket and buffet here:

Video with Convention 2019:


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Karen-Marie Klip & Papir A/S and Papirmuseets By A/S are under the same roof. We live in a 800m2 large house, build as a town with streets, a café, papermuseum, storage and production facilities. You can easily spend a day in Papirmuseets By A/S in Gråsten - bringing back home a lot of inspiration for the most beautiful quilling projects, origami, ideas for cards, invitations, bags etc.
You can be creative yourself - take a seat in the café and just go ahead, we will gladly help you.
You can even get in christmas mood all year in Christmas Alley.


During the renaissance, nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items. The paper used was strips of paper trimmed from the gilded edges of books. These gilded paper strips were then rolled to create the quilled shapes.
Quilling is a technique that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped and glued together to create decorative designs.

Karen-Marie Klip & Papir A/S  |   Bomhusvej 3   |  DK-6300 Gråsten   |   + 45 74 65 18 17   |