Teach Yourself Origami provides a comprehensive introduction to this simple and inexpensive, yet creative and absorbing, art form. A newly revised history of origami--or, the art of paper folding-- from its origins in the 12th century is followed by hundreds of diagrams with clear instructions showing how to create a range of models from the simple paper hat to the elaborate Japanese lady.
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Robert Harbin was a prominent stage magician and popularized origami through books and television programs .. .
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