Very soon, we will be offering a free origami ebook for download. But, everything on this website is free anyway! So have a browse, watch the videos and follow along. If you would like to download printable origami instructions, please go to the following page:
Now you're down with the book folding lingo it's time to get folding. We've gathered 23 free book folding patterns from around the web to get you started. We've included everything from sayings to animals so we hope there's a pattern for you! There's plenty of paid patterns over on Etsy so check them out too.
Eco-friendly DIY has a great free book folding pattern for beginners. Hannah talks you through all the basic techniques and has a step-by-step guide to show you how to make this read motif. We love that she's created an easy-to-follow table that shows you how far to fold on each page of the book.
Bookami has loads of free book folding patterns on their site and we love all of them. This cute heart design would look lovely displayed all year round on your shelves or make for an extra special Valentines Day gift. Head over to their site to download your free book folding pattern.
Folded Book Art has tons of free book folding patterns which are broken down into handy categories like Animals, Baby, Celebration, and more. We know many of our makers are cat-lovers so we thought we'd include this cute free cat book folding pattern. For more purrrfect projects check out our free amigurumi cat pattern and our how to draw a cat tutorial.
Christine Craft's free book folding pattern is perfect for Christmas. Christine shows you how to fold your book (choose a festive novel like A Christmas Carol for an extra Christmassy edge) into this pretty angel. This would look so good sat atop a book-lovers tree or perched on your stack of books.
We couldn't include a free book folding pattern for cat-lovers and not include one for dog-lovers! Folded Book Art has this cool bone pattern which will show all your guest just how much you love mans best friend. This book folding pattern is a little more complex so we'd recommend practicing on an easier project first.
All in The Folds is the ultimate book folding website! They have loads of free patterns as well as paid-for patterns making it the go-to hub for book folding addicts. Sign up to their website and you'll get access to their past free book folding patterns as well as their free project of the month. How lovely is this home pattern
Candice from ReFabDiaries has kindly uploaded her free book folding patterns that were originally featured in Budget Living Magazine and we're so glad she did! These cool wall art books are a fab way to upcycle old books or charity shop books into unique artwork for your home.
Give your mum a special handmade gift this Mothers Day with Doodle and Stitches free book folding pattern. Learn how to fold a book with their step by step tutorial and use your mum's favourite childhood book to fold with. For more Mothers Day projects check out DIY Mothers Day gifts round up.
Book folding really is for every season. All Free Crafts shows you how to turn a book into a spooky little pumpkin. This is the perfect free book folding pattern for beginners because it's really simple and takes very few steps. To match your new paper pumpkin why not make our halloween garland
Make everyone's fall friend with Love Book Folding's free book folding pattern. They have lots of lovely projects on their site but we especially loved this squirrel pattern. Plus the Youtube video which accompanies the pattern is ideal for book folding beginners.
Show some national pride and fold your country, county, or state. Thistle Wood Farms has the free book folding pattern for the state of Kentucky over on her blog. She shows you exactly how to fold old books into something beautiful that you can display for years to come.
This magical-looking tree is by Failin over on the Instructables. They show you how to turn the middle of your favourite book (we're thinking a fairytale would be great for this) into a little tree. Use their free pattern to make yours and gift to a little one who's hoping to spot a fairy one day.
Fold your faith with Create and Craft's free book folding pattern. They've made a handy downloadable PDF that has all the instructions you'll need as well as a handy chart. This is a lovely project for those of you wanting to show your devotion and faith - no matter what religion you ascribe to.
We all deserve this free book folding pattern after the year we've had! This would make for a cheeky gift this Christmas that your family members will appreciate. Zoes Novel Creations has the pattern up on their blog along with lots of paid-for patterns.
For all you superhero and Sci-Fi fans, Folded Book Art has free book folding patterns for you. They have a collection of different patterns including this Batman one. There's everything from Star Wars to Star Trek, Spiderman to a dragon!
If you need assistance with how to make an origami creation, please visit some of the links listed below. Step-by-step instructions are great, but YouTube videos are more helpful, as you can pause the video or slow it down to your speed. Also, here is a link to download some free origami paper templates. -fun.com/printable-origami-paper.html 1e1e36bf2d