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The Great Origami Book (1986)

by Zülal Aytüre-Scheele

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“No paper-folding book in recent years has managed to combine the exactness of origami with simple, easy-to-follow instructions. The minimal text features excellent step-by-step color photographs that describe how to fold the 8 basic forms plus 40 figures....Handsome...clear... precise and comprehensible.”—Booklist starred review.… (more)
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This book has very clear instructions with photographs instead of those line drawings where you can't even tell what side of the paper you're on. It goes through all of the basic shapes with projects for each one, and a couple of projects of a more difficult nature at the end. ( )
  aulsmith | Mar 30, 2008 |
This is a decent basic origami book for a beginner. It would be a nice gift with several packs of origami paper along with it. However, if the person already knows how to do basic folds, it's too basic. ( )
  orangejulia | Oct 17, 2005 |
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Even after hundred of years Origami -- the art of paperfolding -- has remained an important tool in the Japanese educational process and is attracting new friends among young and old in many countries all over the world.
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“No paper-folding book in recent years has managed to combine the exactness of origami with simple, easy-to-follow instructions. The minimal text features excellent step-by-step color photographs that describe how to fold the 8 basic forms plus 40 figures....Handsome...clear... precise and comprehensible.”—Booklist starred review.

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