Origami: the art of paper folding
The phenomenal bestselling classic that brought the ancient art of Japanese paperfolding to the U.S. explains the history and the universal symbol system used in origami texts and presents basic folds and models, with precise illustrated instructions for 44 models, from hats and caps to birds and people. Line drawings.
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Akira Yoshizawa aladdin's lamp continued arrow Base see Penguin Basic Folds BIRD BASE continued Bird Base reverse black arrow Catamaran continued fold flap continued FROG continued continued now fold continued reverse fold DECORATION 2 continued diagrams E. P. Dutton Edo Period Eric Kenneway Fish Base fold four corners fold in half FOLD reverse fold fold sides fold tail fold this flap fold this point FRIAR TUCK FROG continued frog Heian Period HISTORY OF ORIGAMI Japan JAPANESE laDY Ligia Montoya London marked lines model in half MOTHER HUBBARD continued mountain fold paper-folding Petal Fold Peter Van Note PINK ELEPHANT continued Preliminary Base press flat Randlett reverse fold points REVERSE FOLD reverse Robert Harbin salt cellar continued samurai hat continued sanbow i continued SPANISH BOX continued square of paper Squash Fold stretched Bird Base symbols thumbs top flap TROPICAL BIRD TURBAN continued Valladolid valley fold water bomb base WATER BOMB continued XMAS TREE