Fun with Easy Origami: 32 Projects and 24 Sheets of Origami Paper

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Courier Corporation, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 47 pages
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Inside this handy folder is everything a beginner needs to practice the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, including a clearly illustrated instructional booklet and a packet of authentic origami paper.
This how-to book by John Montroll enables novices to grasp the fundamentals of the art quickly and to successfully complete 32 simple projects — among them a hat, cup, pinwheel, boat, house, and fish. Also included are directions for more challenging but still easy-to-make subjects such as a pigeon, pelican, and piano.
Accompanying the instructions are 24 sheets of high-quality origami paper. Specially manufactured to resist tears and produce clean lines and crisp folds, the 7 x 7 sheets (2 each of 12 different colors) are perfect for creating a fascinating array of three-dimensional objects that will make intriguing party favors, holiday decorations, and conversational pieces.


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About the author (1993)

John Montroll is respected for his work in Origami throughout the world. His published work has significantly increased the global repertoire of original designs in Origami. John is also acknowledged for new techniques and ground-breaking bases. TheAmerican Origami master is known for being the inspiration behind the single-square, no cuts, no glue approach in Origami. Each model that John designs has a meticulously developed folding sequence. John's long-standing experience allows him to accomplish a model in lesser number of steps rather than plenty. It is his constant endeavor to give the reader a pleasing folding experience.

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