HOW TO MAKE
HOW TO MAKE
“Origami Origami” a product part of the “Chotto” brand suggests the “Origami Patchwork,” combinations and patterns made by sticking together origami paper like patchwork. They can be used for a wide variety of purposes by freely combining “Origami Origami” paper, which comes in four different types of paper and a wide variety of patterns. They can be used to wrap all sorts of items, large or small, by varying the number of origami combined.
Tools: Origami and masking tape
Select the origami paper you want to use and decide how to arrange the sheets.
Turn the sheets of paper upside down so that the reverse side will face up. Tape the sheets together by bringing their sides together.
They can be used to wrap all sorts of items, large or small, by varying the number of origami combined.
“I don’t know what combination I should choose with Origami Patchwork.” “Do you think a combination of sheets of paper of different colors/patterns/types will look strange?” This section attempts to answer these questions by introducing examples of patterns created by using various combinations of “Origami Origami” to suit different tastes.
Are you familiar with “Origami Patchwork ?” If yes, why don’t you take next step up and try create your own original “Origami Patchwork ?” Here are some tips for having more fun with “Origami Patchwork.”
The following are the key points of making a patchwork with your own original combinations of “Origami Origami.”
Following these key points will enable you to create a unified patchwork pattern.
Or without any rules, random arrangements of different patterns – such as a combination of floral patterns, dots, and stripes, which may sound surprising – will also make a lovely patchwork!
If you want to further apply your imagination, you can combine sheets of origami paper cut vertically in quarters, those cut in quarters both vertically and horizontally, or the similar small pieces to have fun creating your own original and beautiful patchwork.
A sheet of origami paper vertically cut in quarters
A sheet of origami paper cut both vertically and horizontally in quarters