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Issue 51, March-April, 2019

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by David Shall
With Easter just around the corner, it's the perfect season to fold this rabbit designed by David Shall.
How can you combine a convention in Italy with a convention in Mexico that are scheduled two weeks apart? Ilan Garibi explains.
by Matthew Wong
A piggy bank model from Hong Kong folder Matthew Wong.
For those of us who may not be familiar with Miguel de Unamuno, Patrick Maynard presents an intriguing look at a noted Spanish scholar and his love for his pajarita.
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Diagrams for a flower folded from a hexagon. Like many polygonal designs, the flower can also be transposed to pentagons, heptagons, and octagons. Also includes how to fold a hexagon from a square.
Eric Vigier shares his methods for wet folding and presents a model and diagrams for practice.
Son Linh NGUYEN offers us three pig models in our continuing celebration of the Year of the Pig.
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Viviane Berty shares the diagrams for her nymphéa (water lily).
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by Craig Hunter
Diagrams for Fish Hook Module with details of how to build a cube and an octahedron. The modules are edge modules, and most polyhedra can be built, except those that have five or more edges meeting at a vertex.
James Peake shares his fond and lasting memories of Laura Kruskal (1923-2019).