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Origami Chiyogami Paper Pack Book : 256 Double-Sided Folding Sheets (Includes Instructions for 8 Models)
by Tuttle Publishing




Overview -
New functional format, same high-quality paper

This origami paper pack from Tuttle Publishing has 256 sheets of richly saturated, double-sided origami paper. Held into place with an easy tear-out design, you won't have to worry about loose papers in your pack falling out or getting creased and crinkled.

Origami Chiyogami Paper Pack Book includes:

  • 256 6-inch folding papers
  • 16 unique patterns, with a coordinating color on the reverse side
  • 13 pages of full-color instruction, with origami tips and tricks
  • Step-by-step directions for folding 8 origami models

Chiyogami patterns are known for saturated colors and graphic patterns. They represent Japanese traditional style and are often inspired by Kimono fabric. Originally printed by woodblock, Japanese artists began to silkscreen Chiyogami designs by hand in the twentieth century, and continue to do so today.

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Overview

New functional format, same high-quality paper

This origami paper pack from Tuttle Publishing has 256 sheets of richly saturated, double-sided origami paper. Held into place with an easy tear-out design, you won't have to worry about loose papers in your pack falling out or getting creased and crinkled.

Origami Chiyogami Paper Pack Book includes:

  • 256 6-inch folding papers
  • 16 unique patterns, with a coordinating color on the reverse side
  • 13 pages of full-color instruction, with origami tips and tricks
  • Step-by-step directions for folding 8 origami models

Chiyogami patterns are known for saturated colors and graphic patterns. They represent Japanese traditional style and are often inspired by Kimono fabric. Originally printed by woodblock, Japanese artists began to silkscreen Chiyogami designs by hand in the twentieth century, and continue to do so today.

 

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780804853620
  • ISBN-10: 0804853622
  • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
  • Publish Date: March 2021
  • Page Count: 528
  • Dimensions: 6 x 6.1 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.95 pounds


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