Sense and Sensibility of Paper Quilling

Presented by Jennifer Stacey

Sense and Sensibility of Paper Quilling

Workshop 1 - This workshop will teach the the basic techniques of the wonderful art of paper quilling. Paper quilling uses paper strips that are cut, curled, and shaped to create designs. It’s origins can be traced back to the 15th Century; it was very popular in England during the 18th century and was considered a “proper pastime” for young women. It is mentioned in both Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. It is easy to learn and you will create a beautiful Valentine card to take home.

Open to Beginners, as well as experienced quillers.


Jennifer Stacey is a self taught quilling artist who has been quilling since 2012 and resides in Lake Mary, Florida. She loves working with traditional quilling shapes that were used during the time that Jane Austen lived and also the more modern techniques used today. She is a member of the North American Quilling Guild and you can find her art on her Facebook Page QuillingFun or on Instagram as jstacey_quillingfun.

Saturday, February 11, 2023
11 A.M. -1 P.M. Workshop 1
Class size is limited to 35.
Please register early. 

$50 per person (includes materials).

Mount Dora Center for the Arts

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