Legend has it that if you fold a thousand origami cranes, you would be granted a wish. This legend inspired Sadako Sasaki, whose hopes and efforts led to the traditional crane being known as a symbol of peace, and subsequently, one of the most recognized symbols of origami.
This week, we’re featuring the traditional cranes, along with a few other variations. The workshop will be happening this 📆Friday, Feb 3, from ⌚4:30 – 6:30 PM, at 📌SS1086 (Sidney Smith Hall). Paper will be provided, and no registration or fee is required. Join us whenever, and leave at your leisure (or at the end of the wo😉).
Designed by: Satoshi Kamiya
Difficulty: Intermediate 🟨
Note: Due to the length of the Kamiya crane diagrams, a very limited number of the diagrams for this model will be printed(though a pdf will be available on our Discord). The diagrams will be provided upon request to participants who have completed the celebration crane and rose crane.
Let us know if you’re thinking of coming through our Discord event!