Easy Origami

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Dover Publications, Jan 1, 1992 - Crafts & Hobbies - 47 pages
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Here is a collection of 32 simple projects for novice origami hobbyists — clearly illustrated and with easy-to-follow instructions that even beginning papercrafters can follow with success. Subjects range from an ultra-simple hat, cup, and pinwheel to the more challenging (but still unintimidating) penguin, pelican, and piano.
Also included are the figures of a swan, lantern, cicada, pigeon, fox, rabbit, and other popular origami subjects. With the successful completion of these projects, origami hobbyists will be well on their way to mastering a fascinating art that's as old as the invention of paper itself.

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Good book for children

User Review  - 3iaMom - Walmart

My children love watching me do origami. With this book I will be able to teach them even more fun things to create. My 12 year old likes the boxes while my younger ones like the animals and the boats ... Read full review

Black and white inside

User Review  - shoppermysz - Walmart

Dissapointed - all black and white pages inside - not attractive, but you can still learn about origami from that book. Read full review


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About the author (1992)

Internationally renowned author John Montroll has significantly increased the origami repertoire with his original designs. Best known as the inspiration behind the single-square, no-cuts, no-glue approach, the American origami master presents meticulously developed folding sequences that result in better models with fewer steps.

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