Tag Archives: Steve and Megumi Biddle

Origami Flowers for Valentine’s Day

In continuing with the Valentine’s Day theme, now I’d like to show some of my favorite origami flowers.  Without further adieu here are some of my favorite to fold and give: This is a common origami flower, the Iris.  Its … Continue reading

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Origami Valentine Hearts

With Valentine’s Day about a month away I’ve been practicing some of the heart and flower models that I love to fold and give away.  Here I’ll show my favorite heart-shaped models.  There are entire books on heart-shaped origami, so … Continue reading

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Origami “Turkey” and other Birds

When I tell people that I fold origami and show them what I fold (and usually it’s something geometric or modular) they often reference having tried origami at some point earlier in their lives and usually they had tried the classic … Continue reading

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More Sonobe Balls

After finishing the last post about sonobe balls, it got me wanting to fold some more of them and this time try doing a 30-unit ball.  So I had my wife pick out some dual-sided origami paper and I went to town.  … Continue reading

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Sonobe Balls and Tomoko Fuse

The first time that I came across this modular ball, the book simply called it a multi-unit sphere.  Since then I’ve run across in several places on the Internet where they are called sonobe balls; a much easier name to … Continue reading

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