All levels | 12 min 35 sec
Orizomegami is the Japanese art of decorating papers by folding and dipping them into pools of natural dyes. By folding the paper in a variety of ways, patterns emerge which are reminiscent of stained windows and depending on the number and placement of the folds, you can create more complex patterns.
Learn how to sew the bindings Jody shows as her samples in her Japanese Side Sewn Sketchbook class.Learn how to:
What you’ll get:
Learn how to sew the bindings Jody shows as her samples in her Japanese Side Sewn Sketchbook class.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- "Student grade" Japanese lightweight paper
- cupcake tin
- food coloring or india inks
- Use the Japanese art of coloring paper
- Create different folds for a variety of patterns
What you’ll get:
- An easy-to-follow lesson on Orizomegami
- 5 HD video lessons you can accesso online anytime, anywhere
- Itemized supply list
- Step-by-step instruction by artist Jody Alexander
- The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
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What a fun class! Any suggestions where to find the paper? Is there a way to tell how long this class will be available? Curious about May 2024. Thank you
November 7, 2023
I liked seeing it step by step. I wish she had shown how to do the sewing of the binding.
October 30, 2023
Hi Teresa, Jody has another class where she teaches those bindings here > https://www.creativebug.com/classseries/single/japanese-side-sewn-sketchbook
October 31, 2023