Tomoko Fuse

I’m back to folding this summer, and I started out with a modular design from our favorite – Tomoko Fuse. Her designs are always interesting and with the right color combinations in paper, one can fold pretty kusudama. For this particular design, it takes about 3 hours to fold and assemble at moderate pace. The […]

{ 0 comments }

This book – Origami Flowers Patterns – is the latest addition in my Origami Library and though I received it last week, I only got around to selecting a model to fold from this book, today. None of the designs in the book have any special names, but this particular rosette, is one of the […]

{ 1 comment }

It’s been a long time since I posted any update on my origami blog. I have been busy with things at home and have been unable to devote time to folding. There are a couple of half – finished models lying about at home, too, which I am hoping I will get around to finishing […]

{ 4 comments }

This is a design from Tomoko Fuse’s book – Shells and Spirals 3 – which is available in Japanese language. The technique used in this model is same as that of Tomoko Fuse’s Spiral design and is pretty easy to fold, too. What you need: 3 square sheets of origami paper, wrapping paper or any […]

{ 8 comments }

Sea Shells (Design by Tomoko Fuse)

by Ancella on April 27, 2010

in Sea Creatures

It’s Spring time here or towards the end of it, rather, and this got me thinking about beaches and sunny days. So I got this idea into my head that I should be folding something from the sun kissed shores of home… 🙂 These are few sea shells, the designs of which I have picked […]

Blog Widget by LinkWithin

{ 1 comment }