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Issue 15

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Diagrams for a modular pureland rose made from 1:2 rectangles.
By Kay (HyunKyung) Lee
Impressions of Kay Lee and SeJin Park, first timers from Korea attending the 2012 OrigamiUSA convention in New York City: pre-convention, convention activities, oversized competition, etc.
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Another chapter in the origami puzzles series. This time you have to fit four Zs and an H together to form a cube. But first you have to fold them!
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Diagrams for a simplified color-change diamond playing card symbol by Meenakshi Mukerji.
In the search for a translucent paper we came across glassine by Modulor.
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by Hadi Tahir
Diagrams for an abbreviated phrase of love by Hadi Tahir.
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A hex-pleated design for a long-legged katydid with some discussion of the design principles.
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by Françoise Halvorsen
New diagrams for this traditional flower drawn by Françoise Halvorsen.
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by Arnold Tubis
A tribute to the late Cyril Tessier (2003 Ranana Benjamin award winner), this article presents diagrams for a money fold of George Washington crossing the Delaware River.
Liliana Badillo interviewed Sara Adams, who is probably best known for her instructional origami videos.
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by Sy Chen
A generalized folding construction to divide the sides of triangles (and other non-square shapes) into rational divisions.
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by Wayne Tanaka
Diagrams for a cormorant taking flight by Wayne Tanaka.
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by Joseph Moghadam
A report on the first International Winter Origami Exchange.