“Unit origami is a combination of parts, so it is natural that it leads up to the patchwork quilt. You can use scraps of paper to make a quilt. The combination of units is interesting itself, but the color and pattern of paper play an important role in the result. This is one of the fascinating points of ‘origami quilt’ like that of cloth quilt. The practical use of paper quilts in our daily life is limited, but it is delightful to make it, since it has an element of puzzle and it displays unique patterns that only origami can produce.” ~Tomoko Fuse.
Jannie will teach us her Cathedral Origami Quilt, which is like the cloth counterpart. With the right paper it could look like stained glass.
4 sheets of plain origami paper 15 x 15 cm (6” x 6”) (Cut according to pdf) ;
4 sheets of patterned origami paper 15 x 15 cm (6”x6”) (Cut according to pdf);
1 skewer (for hanging);
2 beads (for end of skewer);
wire 20-25 cm (~8 to 10”) (for hanging);