Origami 1-2-3

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Apr 1, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 126 pages
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Not only does this introduction give beginners the skills to manage origami’s basic folds and bases, it presents brilliantly imaginative projects. Each section moves from simple to more complex items: start with a straightforward box and practice your way to a delicate, decorative offering tray; novelty models, including a charming kimono-clad lady; plus a Christmas lantern, animals, flowers, and more.
 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Basic Models
21
Novelty Models
40
Modular Designs
63
Animals and Plants
85
Transport
108
Complex Models
121
Index
127
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David Petty, a retired professional gerontologist, currently resides with his wife in Glorieta, New Mexico.

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