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Japanese Brocade (Design by Ishibashi Minako)

Japanese Brocade (Design by Ishibashi Minako)

by Ancella on January 21, 2009

in Modular & Geometric

Japanese Brocade (Design by Ishibashi Minako)

Japanese Brocade (Design by Ishibashi Minako)

This “Japanese Brocade” created by Ishibashi Minako, is also known as the ‘Ishibashi Ball’. It is a pretty little pattern that requires only 6 sheets of paper or varying colors.

It is folded as a variation of the Sonobe unit and can make pretty decorations for the home…

What kind of Paper to use:
6 square sheets of paper is all what you need. You can use printed or patterned paper or Origami paper of an appropriate size.

In the image attached to this post, I have used 6” square sheets of paper of 3 colors; that makes 2 sheets of each.

If you are planning to use wrapping paper for this model, it is advisable to avoid the “foil variety” as it will make t very difficult to keep in place.

How to fold this model:
YouTube.com has multiple videos on folding this model. Contributors have uploaded videos using both – solid colored sheets as well as patterned sheets. Folding time taken is around 10 minutes. This is one good instructional video which I founds pretty easy to follow; it is by Kevinsorigami.

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