Pentakis Dodecahedron (design by M. Mukerji)

This model was folded from diagrams found in OrigamiUSA's The Fold here:

I used 5 sheets each of 6 kinds of patterned paper.

The folds were simple and model not too difficult to assemble. You do have to first divide by thirds, but a template made quick work of that.

I am pleased with the final results and will definitely have to make a few more.

Which Fold? (designs by Tomoko Fuse)

It is time to start folding pins for the Ohio Paper Folder's Centerfold Origami Convention. I am really into these one-sheet designs from Tomoko Fuse's book that I received as a Valentine's Day gift from my man. 

Which design do you prefer?

Paper used is just for practice and does not reflect what finished pins would look like.

I am having a fantastic time with all the possible variations.

I like them all, but I should choose one.

Which is your fav?

Envelope (design by Ekaterina Lukasheva)

I love this simple, smart design! I enjoy the geometry and fun set of quick steps. I will be making many more of these. Big thanks to Ekaterina Lukasheva for allowing me to try out this cute envelope design.

NY Star (design by Ekaterina Lukasheva)

This model was folded from 5 sheets measuring 4 x 4 inches. These sheets were cut from a piece of embossed scrapbooking paper. In typical fashion, I of course chose a paper less than idea for the model. This model would seam together much nicer, if I had chosen a thinner paper. 

I found the instructions easy to follow and quick to assemble. 

For more information, check out the designers website @

Mandala Marieta (design by Lidiana Sequeira)

This really interesting star is made from eight modules folded from inexpensive kami paper.

Diagrams can be found in this book...

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