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Origami for the first time®
From making the basic folds and forms to crafting exquisite little flower pots, frames, and pinwheels, this right-from-the-beginning question and answer guide explains everything you need to know about origami. Hundreds of close-up color photos follow each step in the process as pencil holders, miniature chairs and tables, and beautiful traditional cranes emerge from the p ...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Sterling/Chapelle
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It is my fault that I did not pick up a book with more advanced models in it, so I wasn't very happy with the limited offering in this one. However, a few steps here and there could have been simplified and made more effectively. Also, it might work better to put the "in-case-you-want-to-buy-more-fancy-equipment" section in the back. I always remember being seriously intimidated every time I see extensive, full-colored fancy "stuff-you'll-need" inventories, that, it turns out, I don't actually n ...more
I don't want my inability to make origami affect my review of the book, so I'm giving it 2 stars. Instructions seemed clear, and boy, didn't those little paper things look pretty! Anyway, I read it, tried to make one or two- didn't work- gave up.