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Origami Flowers: Popular Blossoms and Creative Bouquets by Hiromi Hayashi (2003-04-04)

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  • By Cheri Walton on April 2, 2014

    The finished products shown in this book are just gorgeous, The complaint I have is that the directions for reproducing them are not as clear as I would have liked. The diagrams are a little confusing because you can't tell if the lines represent visual folds or folds that are underneath. Also the arrows in the diagrams are sometimes confusing. Directions such as "as shown," therefore, leave one somewhat baffled. Perhaps a more experienced person would not have the same difficulties, as I am relatively new at his. I have used many books, however, and I had more trouble with these directions than with the others. Nevertheless, with persistence and many tries, I have managed to create some nice flowers, so I am glad I ordered the book.

  • By L. Brandon on June 9, 2011

    This book is for the origami experienced individuals, or the very determined. Some designs require several pieces of paper and in different sizes. Author shows how to accentuate paper with pens for certain flowers like the Pansy. Some of the flowers, although lovely when finished, I thought were difficult to master and I'm still going through paper trying to understand them. Be prepared to buy additional sizes and types of Origami paper or cut squares to sizes required for project. There are some other supplies needed to display creations. Impressive book overall.

  • By Lynelle V on May 17, 2004

    I am a long-time origami fan, though my skills are only intermediate. I had no problem with any of the diagrams in this book, but I would guess that it might be a bit intimidating to a beginner. The absolute beginner who is not familiar with origami diagrams might want to start with a "easy origami" book first which shows the standard fold symbols with step by step instructions. Still, the standard folding symbols are not hard to learn, and there are no complex folds in this book, so a beginner could probably figure it out from this book with some patience. It could use a bit more detail on assembling the flowers. There are lots of good closeup pictures of the finished flowers, and you can figure it out from those, but a walk through on the first flower of how it is done would have been nice.The flowers are very detailed and nice looking when completed, and they are diagrammed clearly. I found no errors in the diagrams.

  • By CutieCatie on March 22, 2014

    This book looks so enticing that I got it without thinking how difficult will it be for a beginner. The first one I tried was the pansy and I couldnt get it and got frustrated. But I tried the cornflower, clematis and the rose (page #3) and it worked well. I would suggest the author to arrange the instructions in the order of difficulty. Also, I found it very difficult to find green washi paper in bulk. It will be good if the author suggests a place where we can buy the paper and the necessary things. I tried the online stores but wasn't able to find the bulk washi paper in green. Do you guys have any suggestions on where I can buy the green washi paper from?

  • By Jim on April 18, 2013

    It seems this book starts at the top and the writer forgets that not everyone is experienced in folding. Instructions like pull the lettered points together and a drawing that fails to show what they mean. I would love to find the Primer in Origami that explains and shows what the instructions are asking you to do, but so far have been unable to locate such a book

  • By Stetson and Megan Jenkins on May 29, 2012

    These projects are quite complicated and are not really traditional origami. Many require more than one sheet per flower, where others require cutting the original shape something other than a square. Many are quite advanced, so this book is not for the beginner, or the impatient. Beyond that, it's full of some incredible flowers to make as long as the you have the time and patience!

  • By Manny on June 27, 2017

    great for the kids

  • By FreeBird Earle on February 4, 2014

    I bought this after I bought the beginners book on origami. The book was in perfect shape and was added to the collection of origami books I had already bought for this person. In thanks he made me a beautiful bouquet of different flowers. I will keep adding to his collection of origami books.


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