Using just four simple shapes, Origami 101 teaches makers to create 43 different figures from a simple penguin to a human being.
I love the simplicity of Origami 101. Everything is clearly explained. The use of a glow to indicate which part of the paper is moving when folding is brilliant. The step-by-step instructions and the slow increasing of the reader’s skills when following the order of projects within the book ensure everyone’s origami success. 4 stars!
Thanks to the publisher, Quarry, and NetGalley for a copy.
Posted in Non-fiction Tagged with: Aug 21 2018, crafting, origami