Miniature Origami is packed with great new paperfolding designs using all the popular new forms of miniature origami, such as Tea-bag folding and Iris folding. The unique modular forms can be used as home accents or decorative display pieces, and the book also includes projects such greetings cards, gift tags and decorations that can be made with finished origami pieces. It has a useful practical section on choosing the right paper, and also explains all the standard symbols. Paper crafters everywhere will want to try these exciting new origami techniques and this book will make an invaluable reference work for all folders, whether complete beginners, or intermediate and advanced artists. Fully illustrated in colour, Miniature Origami will enable readers, whatever their level of skill, to fold almost any miniature design, traditional or contemporary. The emphasis is on creativity, encouraging the reader to combine and extend existing techniques to produce new origami works.
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Gay Merrill Gross first became interested in origami through unfolding the napkins encountered in restaurants. Today she is an expert in origami and the related skill of napkin folding. She is a founding member of Origami USA and gives workshops in napkin folding and storytelling with origami. Gay has demonstrated the folding arts on television and video, and is the author of Origami: The Art of Paperfolding, The Art of Napkin Folding, Folding Napkins, Napkin Folds for Special Occasions, and three introductory books on origami. She lives in New York.
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