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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11 Fold Blintz bottom corner bottom edge British Origami Society center and return corners between layers corners to center Crease centerline Crease diagonals cuboctahedron David Petty edges to center existing creases final model flatten flexagon Fold and return Fold corners Fold diagonal Fold edge Fold flap Fold in half Fold lower Fold points Fold sides Fold the tip Fold to centerline Fold top layer folds and bases Form preliminary base Form waterbomb base front and back Ian Harrison inside crimp Inside reverse fold join similarly kirigami kite base lower edge Marked points meet modular origami module origami terms Petal fold Pleat point to center Precrease Pull rear flap repeat at back repeat at rear Repeat steps Result sheet side flaps sides to center square Squash fold tensegrity top tip Tuck flap Tuck points turn Tuzy Unfold Unit complete units joined Valley fold tip variation wheel of fire white triangle