The Fold articles posted by jane.rosemarin

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Another volume of complex figurative models from the press of Nicolas Terry.
Learn more about a designer of exquisite kusudamas, and try your hand at folding one.
by Alireza Mohammadsalehi (Mesra')
A dog with lots of personality that can stand or be glued to a card.
Learn about these delightful monthly folding meetings hosted by Gerardo Gacharná via Zoom, of course.
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A rabbit-lover's take on Valentine’s Day.
The first installment of a series on the history of the blintz fold.
An innovative book of color-change models that exploits the technique to the fullest.
by Will Lacker
As many as a third of the animal species in the world are beetles, and here’s a new one that you can fold.
A “placemask,” perfect for a socially distanced gathering.
More a textbook than a typical book of diagrams, “Six Simple Twists” is a comprehensive guide for tessellation lovers.
An eight-piece modular based on the traditional sailboat.
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A pretty leaf to decorate your tree or home.
by Grace Matthews
An easy-to-fold and ingenious gift tag.
An easy-to-fold card with a satisfying pop-up mechanism.
by Riel Amadeus A. Diala
A one-piece star that gives the appearance of being made of multiple diamonds. If you like tessellations (or not), this should be fun to fold.
A lovely ornament that somehow evokes old-fashioned Christmases.
by Victor López-Barrantes
A small turkey for your 2020 Thanksgiving gathering.
An intermediate-level sculptural Goat that benefits from careful detailing at the end of the folding process.