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An online source for galleries of photographs and articles about original origami designs by Robert J. Lang. Site contains links to books and origami instructions and articles about the connections between origami, mathematics, and engineering, including several of Lang's own origami-engineering projects.
An online service offering links to individual craft artists, group shows and craft malls, for resources including craft supplies, publications, crafts organizations and instructions.
An online source for free knitting patterns including everything from antique lace doilies to quick chunky knit scarves.
A resource site for children's crafts, featuring printable templates for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school kids' crafts.
A comprehensive collection of materials needed for Origami, the Japanese name for the art of paper folding, which has become a beloved artform for people around the world.
An online source for purchasing wadded paper Origami boulders, with the options to order the boulder only, the boulder with Haiku, or the boulder with Haiku and Bamboo display stand. You can also order the Origami Boulder Performance Art option, in which the artist personally throws your custom made wadded paper Origami boulder into the waste basket, then sends you an e-mail describing the performance.
An online collection of knitting information, featuring listings of knitting suppliers worldwide, free patterns, reference material, and other resources.
A site to learn about origami, the art of paperfolding. Site includes resources where you can learn to fold, see the origami insects and dinosaurs, learn about origami history and the connection between origami and math.
An article with links and pictures about origami, the ancient Japanese art of paper folding, from the free online encyclopedia.
A research site on origami mathematics, in which the author is attempting to collect information on the mathematics of paper folding.