Issue 69, March–April, 2022

A super-easy sailboat on the sea that can be a letterfold, a place card or just a decoration.
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A one-piece box designed as a wedding favor.
How to fold a mathematically exact pentagon from a square.
The blintz fold from the early 17th century to the present, and how it has opened up possibilities for more complex origami design. Originally published on March 31, 2021, the article was revised and expanded in April 2022.
A bowl with variations and an excellent way to cut a pentagon from kaleidoscope paper.
A sturdy 12-piece ring with an attractive color change.
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A tessellation that results in a curved surface with varied levels of reflection.
Deconstructing the Fortune Teller to make a decorative, functional pentagonal version.