Origami for Beginners

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Courier Corporation, May 14, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
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Anyone can become an origami artist with the help of this easy-to-follow guide book. Specially written for beginning paperfolders, it starts you off with the very easiest models and progresses to more complex ones. (A key, using asterisks, indicates at a glance the degree of each project's difficulty.)
Fifty-seven models include such simple figures as two kinds of caps (one with a visor and one without), cubes, airplanes, a vase, a 4-pointed star, a stool, and a square box. While the book is geared toward novices, more experienced origamists will also find unusual projects to challenge their skills, among them Cinderella's slipper, a pair of gyroscopes, a 10-sided box, a 5-pointed star, a basket, and a vampire bat. A helpful list of symbols at the beginning of the book defines the various folding instructions. In addition, each model is illustrated by step-by-step diagrams with captions that take you through each step of the paperfolding process.
Offering hours of personal enjoyment and satisfaction, Origami for Beginners will delight and inspire both newcomers to the art and intermediate-level paperfolders.

 

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User Review  - mommylovesmason - Overstock.com

There is zero instructions in this book for beginners. The whole book is based on the fact that you are very familiar with all of the folds. No step break down at all. If you are new to origami do not buy this book. It will collect dust. Read full review

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