|Snowflake Page 1
Snowflake Page 2
Sara Adams has a wonderful instructional video for this model on her website. Just click this link!
|Plain Faced Cross|
|Dutch Milkmaid's Cap|
This is nothing more than a slight variation on a Ball by Jack Skillman.
It's also a very good cat toy!
Penrose tiles can form aperiodic tesselations
|Dollar Bill Wreath.|
Some variations on Tomoko Fuse's 'Twinkling Stars' giving extra points
|Five Pointed Star Box. Coming Soon!|
Floribunda - Origami Flower Design Set.
Some folding sequences for the awkward polygons! Pentagon Method 1 is the traditional method for getting a pentagon. However, for the flowers it can be useful if the polygon is centred on the paper (to utilise any colour effects on the paper) Therefore Pentagon Method 2 and the Heptagon are both centred.
I should also mention that these are not exact polygons, merely very, very close approximations
|Two Equilateral Triangles from a sheet of A4||Correction to the diagram on page 41 [C]
of 'Origami Design' by Tomoko Fuse (ISBN 4-480-87264-7)
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