Introduction to WOD/Crown
October 24, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Wendy Zeichner

King David’s Crown: 4 sheets of 8.5x11” or 4 sheets of A4;
Canoe Based Crown: 9 to 11 sheets of 8.5x11” or A4. (depending on head size);
Optional: Glue stick

Display Stand
October 24, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Wendy Zeichner

For each plinth you will need:
1 sheet of 8.5 x 11” and 1 sheet 4.5” square;
OR pre-printed templates (These can be printed on letter or A4 paper)

October 25, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Xander Perrot

15 squares of paper, which will each be cut into two 1:√3 rectangles;
Scissors/cutting tool;
OR 30 rectangles in proportion 1:√3 if you wish to prepare in advance.
Paper with a different colour on each side is recommended because both sides of the paper will show.

Crystal Brooch
October 26, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Mariko Miyamoto

15x 15 ㎝ &9 x 9 ㎝ Kami paper(6” & 3.5”);
Brooch pin back

Cathedral Origami Quilt
October 27, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Jannie van Schulenberg

4 sheets of plain origami paper 15 x 15 cm (6” x 6”) (Cut according to pdf) ;
4 sheets of patterned origami paper 15 x 15 cm (6”x6”) (Cut according to pdf);
1 skewer (for hanging);
2 beads (for end of skewer);
wire 20-25 cm (~8 to 10”) (for hanging);

Bat/Bakeneko Cat Spirit
October 28, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Adriano Mariano

Bat: 2 sheets of paper 15 x 15 cm (6”) bicolor (black and white is perfect);
Cat: 15 x 15 cm (6”)Tant (or kami will work-no color changes)

Jack o’Lantern Tessellation
October 29, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Melina Hermsen

Pre-Creased triangular grid 1:32 parallel to the longer side of the paper;
Use the diagram for my Butterfly (in supplemental materials), in the first steps (1-19) a 1:16 grid is folded. Repeat steps 16-18 one more time for a 1:32 grid.
Paper: Elephant Hide or similar; strong and stiff.
Size: around DinA4 or A4/US Letter paper (or bigger (rectangle, just a bit longer than a square);

Halloween blocks(Jack-o'-Lantern,skull,ghost); Magic hat; Santa Bookmark
October 30, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Tatsumi ( (Shigeru Mitsuda)

Halloween Blocks: 15 x 15 cm (6”) paper for each block, regular kami or duo kami. Please prepare three sheets of paper with an 8 x 8 grid, mountain folds, on dominant color side.
Magic Hat: 15 cm (6”) kami (black);
Santa Bookmark: 15 cm (6”) kami paper (duo red/white)

October 31, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Michelle Fung

One uncut square of regular origami paper. Minimum recommended size: 24 x 24 cm (9.4”).

Maple Leaf/Sea Lion
November 1, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Michael LaFosse

Maple Leaf: Solid-color paper 10 to 15 cm square (4 to 6-inches square). Any color you like for an autumn maple leaf. "TANT" is ideal, but you may use any similar paper. Ordinary origami paper is acceptable if you must.

Sea Lion: "TANT" will be ideal, but you may use any similar paper, (not heavier than 110 gsm) and in any color you like. Your paper should measure 20 to 30 cm square (8 to 12-inch).

Tools: Paper towels, Water (a spray bottle or a cup), a Bamboo Skewer, or a thin Knitting Needle. A pair of pointed tweezers will be helpful but not essential.

Rose Box
November 2, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Roman Diaz

Top: 24 x 24 cm (9.4”) duo colored paper;
Bottom: 15 x 15 cm (6”) paper (only one side will show).

Mondrian Cube
November 3, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Char Morrow

12 sheets of 15 x 15 cm (6”) kami recommended, 4 colors (3 sheets of each);
Classic Mondrian: yellow, red, black and white.

Square Knots Weave
November 4, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EDT
Presenter: Madonna Yoder

Three smaller squares 15 x 15 cm (6”), folded into 8 x 8 square grids;
One larger square 20 to 35 cm (8-14“), folded into a 32 x 32 square grid;
A strong paper like Tant or Skytone is recommended, although kami will also work.

$ Encyclopedia Origamica
November 8, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EST
Presenter: Glenn Sapaden

15 total American dollar bills (12 for the books, 3 for the bookshelf).
In order to learn, the folding and assembly have at least 5 bills (3 for the bookshelf, 2 for books). We will fold as many volumes as time and patience permit.

November 9, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EST
Presenter: Richard Ellison

Required: 1 square of thick paper, 8”-10” on a side, 90-120 gsm;
Small bowl of plain water;
Paper towels;
6 mini clothespins (or binder clips, or other such miniature clamp);
Sticky tape (masking or painter’s recommended).

Optional, but recommended: Hair dryer, atomizer spray bottle, tool with a small, rounded tip (e.g. embossing tool, knitting needle or retracted mechanical pencil), bone folder.

Further notes on paper: A 6” square will work for those who like to fold in miniature. Tant paper, at 78 gsm, is a bit thin for wet folding, but can work at smaller sizes (6”-8”). I have successfully folded this from a 10” square cut from a paper grocery sack, which is a type of thick kraft paper. Foil paper will work in lieu of wet folding, but the spread squashes will be difficult to perform neatly.

November 10, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EST
Presenter: Robert J. Lang

This mouse folds nicely from 25 x 25 cm (10”) foil-backed paper. The one in the photo is folded from 25 cm Alufoil (folded white-side out, which is how the model will be taught).

Box with Crane
November 11, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EST
Presenter: Ayumi Hayatsu

Kami paper recommended;
Crane attachment 7.5 cm x 15 cm (3x6”) x 1 sheet;
Lid: 15 x15 cm (6”) x 2 sheets;
Box Body: 15 cm x 15 cm (6”) x 4 sheets;
A cutting tool (scissors or X-Acto knife).

November 12, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm EST
Presenter: Beth Johnson

One sheet of hexagon shaped paper. There is no color change so a single color will do. A good size is a hexagon 20 to 23 cm (8 to 9”) measured edge to edge. Smaller works well too. You can consult this video to make a hexagon from a square or rectangle

Darth Vader Puppet
November 13, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST
Presenter: Riccardo Foschi

3 square sheets of kami paper or printer paper 20 to 25 cm (8 to 10”) black on both side

9-Gold Star Bracelet
November 14, 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm EST
Presenter: Linda Mihara

1 sheet of metallic washi or Yuzen, cut to 3” x 30”.