Here in front of you is a blog, not a book, so posts are not written in any particular order. Therefore you can read them in any order you prefer.
Nevertheless, when someone wants to learn origami from scratch it is an advantage to read certain posts before others. Therefore, here you can find some kind of table of content. I hope you will find it useful.
- Origami design process (introduction)
- Origami design process – Part 2
- Traditional Origami Bases
- Origami and circles
- Hinge crease
- Ridge crease
- Axial creases
- Valley and mountain fold
- Crease pattern
- Relationships between basic elements of an origami model
- Maekawa-Justin and Kawasaki-Justin theorems are not enough
- Uniaxial base
- Rabbit ear
- Swivel fold
- Sink fold
- Petal fold
- Universal molecule
- Dividing paper into thirds, fifths, sevenths, and so on …
- Elias stretch
- Can central flaps be free?
- How to hide an unused paper in your Origami model?
- Why is central fold opening so popular?
- How to Collapse Box Pleated Crease Pattern?
- Pythagorean stretch
- Pythagorean stretch -advance topic (no.1)
- Level shifters
- Perimeter theorem