Book Review: Origami Collection

Origami Collection is from 2012 and contains a collection of beautiful images of origami.  The first half of the book shows all of the finished products and the second half contains prints that can be used as the paper to make your own and then the instructions on how to make the origami.  I didn’t try to make any, but very much so enjoyed admiring all the photos.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.

 

About the Book

This book is a popular souvenir for foreigners and includes 32 different types of traditional Japanese origami with elegant patterns, with English translation to show you how to fold basic origami.

You can cut out a origami (18cm x 18cm) and use it right away, so even foreigners who have never used origami before can easily create their own works.

You also can enjoy this book just by looking at the various Japanese patterns.

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