|Cut and fold|
Cut and fold pattern
This product is no longer in stock
|Number of sheets||314|
|Book height||21.5 cm|
Cut and fold pattern with top and bottom margins, the height is the book one
Origami is an ancestral Japanese art. His name literally comes from the words "folding" and "paper".
The most popular origami is the crane. A legend says, "Whoever folds a thousand paper cranes will see his wish fulfilled. "Because of this legend, the origami crane has become a symbol of peace.
When she was a child, Sadako Sasaki was exposed to the Hiroshima’s atomic bomb radiance. Following the legend, she decided to fold a thousand cranes to heal. Unfortunately, at 12 years old, she died of leukemia, she had then folded 644 cranes. Her classmates folded the missing cranes and she was buried with a thousand cranes garland. In the Peace Park in Hiroshima, there is a statue depicting Sadako, her hands open and a flight of paper cranes at her fingertips. In memory, each year the statue is adorned with thousands of thousand cranes garlands.
• A clear and easy to follow measurements grid
The measurements page is aerated and lined to be pleasant to follow.
You can see an example HERE.
• Manual and original design
I was the very first one to conceptualize Isaac Salazar’s art.
To create book folding patterns I developped my own computer tools. But to control its feasibility, the creation of the pattern is mainly manual.
3 PAGES OF INSTRUCTIONS IN PICTURES INCLUDE