Sunday, September 26, 2021

REVOLVING CUBE

 Our October workshop will be a fun interactive structure taught by our member from York, England, Margaret Beech. We will make two identical origami boxes, which when laced together in an ingenious way make a Revolving Cube. Margaret promises that this is much easier than it sounds, but suggests that you watch a short video by NORBAG member Nancy Akerly demonstrating her "Rolling Cube"

youtu.be/yEEmcmEgQkE or tinyurl.com/vcjn2dr3 

Special thanks to Nancy for the original instructions.




For one cube you will make two identical size origami boxes, so please cut in advance:

  • Two 7" squares of decorative paper (good weight)
  • Two 2 1/2" squares of the same paper used for the box
  • Three 7" x 1/2" strips for the lacing, colored on both sides. Note: If your paper is lightweight then cut the strips 1" wide, fold in half lengthwise and glue together.
Also, cut the following pieces from light cardstock. Margaret recycles old greeting cards; these will be concealed inside the boxes. Please have them cut in advance.
  • Two 2 1/2" squares (these will reinforce the bottom of each box
  • Eight 2 1/2" x 1 1/4" pieces (these will reinforce the sides of the boxes

When:    Saturday, October 9 at 10 a.m. Pacific time
Where:   On your computer, tablet or smartphone via Zoom
RSVP:     YES by October 4 to Dolores Guffey to receive the link, password and Margaret's instructions
Workshop questions: Margaret Beech
Zoom questions: Bobbie Hayes
Contact information for Dolores, Margaret & Bobbie is in the newsletter

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