A popular class at the Convention, Mike will reprise his original Girl model. A complex model with closed sinks, none of which are too difficult, the real fun comes at the end. Sculpting of the model will be encouraged so that each person ends up with a personal interpretation of their girl.
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Special Sessions - November 13, 2010
This is a listing of the Special Sessions for November 13, 2010, both morning and afternoon sessions. REMINDER, the November session is on a Saturday!
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Session 2010 nov morning
These are just too sweet! Louise will teach you these adorable three-dimensional chicks designed by Roman Diaz of Uruguay. One has a triangular base and the other has a square base. Make a few and line them up for a cute, cheery, clutch of chicks.
Even though Purim is not until February, you can start getting ready with some of Annie’s original models, including hamentashen cookies, a scroll and a crown. There will be a bit of everything: wetfolding, dryfolding, curling, crumpling, circles, rectangles, modulars, and perhaps even something with a square!
Three birds with different heritages! See how the Brazilian Beja Flou is similar to the Japanese Crane and the Korean Crane. All three are folded from the Bird Base but diverge from there due to their different cultural backgrounds. Here’s your chance to really master the Bird Base.
Spruce up your Thanksgiving dinner table with Laura’s original Turkey, Napkin Fold, Place Card, Snack Dish, Serving Tray, and Gift Box. Wow, that’s a lot … wonder if there’s room left on the table for the fixings!
Session 2010 nov afternoon
Let’s talk turkey. Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Join John as he teaches his original model that features a detailed head complete with wattle, a nice round body, a fan tail and realistic four-toed feet (to make it stand up well), and some color change effects. Too bad the turkey lost out to the bald eagle as the national bird.
Get into the spirit of winter with this splendid Snowflake created by Dennis Walker. Jean will show you how to cut hexagons from a rectangle and teach you this lovely design with layers of ice crystals. This makes a wonderful decoration to include in cards or to hang in a window to celebrate the winter. As time permits, you can try one out of foil or vellum.
Spend the afternoon with Sumako creating this stunning orchid bouquet or corsage. Using washi and crepe paper, you will construct a grouping of lovely flowers. Although some of the models are designed to have cuts, they can be folded without cutting if you wish. This arrangement makes a wonderful gift!
Ever want to leave the waiter or waitress something a little special? Bernice will teach you a variety of moneyfolds that are easy to whip up. These include a beating heart, a jumping frog, an owl, more hearts, Michael Shall’s sailboat, the shirt and pantsuit, and even more as time permits.
Bob and John will teach you the art of Scoubidou (plaiting and knotting). Not origami but so much fun, this craft (also known as boondoggle) is commonly used to create lanyards, key chains, and zipper pulls. In this class you will make a fob for your bonefolder. Bob and John will teach you the basic knots and get you started. There should be time to finish one fob and advanced knots will be taught as time permits. Class limit: 15