Roll only a small part of the paper strip, leaving the rest of the strip straight. Feelerscan be made with the strip folded in half as in this example, or just with one coil froan unfolded strip.
This can be made from either a loose or tight coil. After the coil is made pinch oneside. A petal can be formed by bending the tip of the peacock eye slightly to one side
After rolling a tight coil, push the peg up from underneath the center to contour it'sshape. Used to add dimension to a design.
Roll a strip of paper tightly and glue the end while the coil is still tight. Pegs can beused in the design or glued to the underside of another shape to raise it creatingdimension.
Fold the strip in half, roll the ends in the same direction. One coil will be rolledtoward the center crease, the other away from it.
Fold the strip of paper in half and roll the ends toward the center of the crease.
Tendril (Note this got smashed in the scanner it should be open and springylooking)
Roll in a spiral shape around the toothpick as tight as desired, also known as a spiral,rope or twist.
Roll from both ends of the paper but on opposite sides of the strip
Made from either a loose or tight coil. After the coil is made pinch two oppositesides. Also called a marquis or an eye-shaped coil.
If you bend one or more ends of the diamond, you form a leaf shape.
Squeeze a loose coil into an oval shape, but try not to point the ends.