Origami A-B-C

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Learning origami can be as easy as A-B-C! That’s because this in-depth collection—the follow-up to Origami 1-2-3—starts with the simplest, most basic folds and projects and then grows more intricate as it progresses. The lesson begins with a discussion of all the fundamental techniques and terms, as well as a history of the art. Then come three graded sections—beginner, intermediate, and complex—all filled with fun and decorative objects and featuring detailed instructions and photos of every step. For a first go, try the goldfish, lantern, and fluttering butterfly. Move on to a lighthouse bookmark and a pagoda, and finish up with some beautifully constructed and complex figures, including paper slippers and a basket with a handle.
 

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David Petty, a retired professional gerontologist, currently resides with his wife in Glorieta, New Mexico.

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