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NathanielM93
« on: October 29, 2013 08:00:00 AM »

Hi,

i'm not sure if this is allowed or in the right place so remove if it's in the wrong place.
For a class I'm looking for a new technique to learn and to teach to the rest of my group. I'm looking for something that isn't to difficult (but still a little challenging) and isn't to expensive (i study remedial science and we'd like to be able to use these techniques in therapy so the budget can be small). I haven't got many ideas so i thought why not ask craftster?
Does anybody have an idea?

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2013 11:41:21 AM »

You haven't given an age group but three things come in mind.  Quilling is really effective and relatively cheap.  I have taught children as young as 8 up to adults in their 70's how to quill.  Both sexes have enjoyed it.  Spirelli isn't a new technique but may be new to a lot of people.  Brass rubbings could also be tried.
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