Dollar Bill Origami
Origami enthusiasts find it particularly enjoyable and challenging to create models from dollar bills rather than traditional origami paper. This book by origami expert John Montroll, with several contributors, explains how to make 37 figures and objects by folding money.
Step-by-step instructions and clear diagrams show paper folders at all levels of expertise how to fashion everything from common objects such as a house with a chimney to inspired plants, birds, and other animals. A swan and boat should be easy for beginners. A windmill, peacock, pelican, and tree will suit the skills of intermediate-level hobbyists; while an alligator, a flower, and a bison should prove to be no problem for advanced practitioners of this age-old art.
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11 Squash-fold 11 Unfold 12 Fold 13 14 Reverse-fold 13 Repeat 13 Repeat steps 15 Unfold 19 Reverse-fold Aardvark African Mask Alligator Animals in Origami Armadillo arrow Asian Dragon Boat bottom Butterfly Crimp-fold the beak Crimp-fold the leg Crimp-fold the tail Designed by Gay Designed by Sy Designed by Won double rabbit ear Dragonfly existing creases Flatten Fold and unfold Fold in half Fold in thirds Fold inside Fold the corner front legs Gay Merrill Gross George Washington Framed George Washington Slept half and rotate House with Chimney Inside Reverse Fold Jim Cowling John Montroll Mark Kennedy Matt Slayton Mike Thomas mountain fold Note the right Outside-reverse-fold the neck paperfolding petal Petal-fold Pleat refold Reverse-fold the feet Reverse-fold the head Reverse-fold the top right angle Shirt side sink fold Squash Star of David Stefan Delecat Stephen Hecht Three Diamonds three-dimensional intermediate step Tulip Tyrannosaurus valley fold Won Park Unfold