Finish the muff at the edges by a cord or a quilling of ribbon.
She was quilling it, and looked up with some astonishment as I walked up to her.
The sleeves, small at the wrist, were trimmed with folds of the material and a quilling of white lace at the hand.
New barège dresses are made with three flounces, scalloped, and trimmed at the edge with a quilling of ribbon.
The body of the mantle, as well as the two skirts, is edged with quilling of satin ribbon of the color of the cloak.
Pardessus of the same material, trimmed all round with a quilling of plain purple ribbon.
She went on quilling the ribbon that looked so white against her yellow hands.
I used to help do some of the quilling—running the yarn or linen thread upon spools to be used in the shuttles.
It is used also in making lace handkerchiefs and for quilling effects.
There was also sent from Plymouth a piece of blond, a piece of quilling net, and eleven pairs of childrens stockings, for sale.
c.1400, "piece of reed or hollow stem of a feather," probably related to Middle High German kil "quill," from Low German quiele, of unknown origin. Meaning "pen made from a (goose) quill" is from 1550s; that of "porcupine spine" is from c.1600.
A folded matchbook cover used to hold heroin or cocaine for sniffing (1960s+ Narcotics)