Month: January 2006

Beginner’s Origami Basics Series – Coming Soon

I haven’t had a huge amount of time to post to the blog recently, but I wanted to let all of you know that soon I will be kicking off a new series of posts aimed at newcomers to Origami.

The first instalment will start with an overview of the origami folds and how they are shown in diagrams, and the second part will move on to the bird base, and how you get from that to an origami bird.

After that, who knows? There’s a lot more to cover – if there’s anything you’d especially like to see, please leave a comment!

Amazingly Small Origami Crane

Checking out some links from []( I discovered the [Foldingfreaks Origami]( group on Flickr – there’s some amazing origami work there.

How about this [tiny origami crane]( – just 3mm across!

[Tiny Origami Crane on Coin](
[Tiny Origami Crane - 3mm across](

Folded from a 5.5mm square piece of tissue paper, it must require some incredibly nimble fingers to complete.

I’m off to try and find a pair of tweezers now.

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