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Issue 31

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While folding with this paper can be challenging, the results are stunning due to the paper's beautiful texture.
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Diagrams for a 30-unit Sonobe type design with color change. Other assemblies such as 3, 6, 12 or larger number of units are possible as well.
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Diagrams for two holiday themed models by Rob Snyder.
by Lori Gregory
The second in a series of articles highlighting Community Origami Groups (COGs). This spotlight focuses on PAPER, the Puget Area Paperfolding Enthusiasts Roundtable.
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by Nobuko Okabe
Following up on her puff ring and 3D variations in the September-October 2015 issue of The Fold, Nobuko Okabe now offers us an eight-pointed starburst flower and its puffy cousin.
Search for Metal Origami, and Tine De Ruysser's name comes first. I was able to meet her at the 6th International Meeting on Origami Science, Mathematics and Education. She is a designer first, and only then an origamist. Her answers to my questions tell a unique story of creativity and beauty.
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Diagrams for a Box by Ali Bahmani.
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Ekaterina "Kate" Lukesheva, profiled in the November-December 2014 issue of The Fold offers us diagrams for another modular creation, Floramia.
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A brief history of origami as a therapy tool along with personal experiences of folding for rehabilitation.
This paper has a beautiful texture. As to how it folds? In summary: like Elephant Hide, just thinner!
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Diagrams for a 30 unit modular design.