Origamidekor

Japonya'nın kadim origami sanatı Türkiye'de modern dekorasyonla buluşuyor. Malzemelerden kullanım alanlarıyla faydalarına kadar yararlı bilgiler, bizzat uygulayabileceğiniz yaratıcı fikirler, origami modellerinin fotoğraflı veya videolu yapılışları, dekorasyon önerileri ve daha neler neler! Origami öğrenmek için kurs, atölye ve dersler, sofra ve vitrin düzenleme, etkinlik (event, nişan, düğün) dekorasyonu, özel günler için sevdiklerinize hediye fikirleri; hepsi Origamidekor'da sizleri bekliyor.

My First Design: Kilyos Wreath (2 Variations)

Since I launched Origamidekor, I've been dreaming about a model of my own. Finally, on 12 January 2021 I could make a model as I was experimenting with Froebel variations.

I didn't reinvent origami, of course, but I made something that looks nice and that bears my signature. This is extremely pleasing.

Why Kilyos? What does it mean?

The first reason why the name of this model is Kilyos is that I literally created it in Kilyos, Istanbul. That's why I thought it earned its name.

The second reason is that for me the first variation (on the right above) looks like the crazy waves of the Black Sea.

The third reason is that the second variation (on the left above) looks like a flower, especially like the sea daffodils that are under protection in Kilyos.

How to fold Kilyos unit and wreath

Step 1

Start with the windmill base, as in all Froebel variations.

Step 2

Fold the corners to the half way point.

Step 3

Open the corners and see the square.

Step 4

Squash fold the square.

Step 5

Squash fold all the corners.

Step 6

Fold the flaps inside like that. Follow the edge. 

Step 7

Fold both sides. After you fold a "diamond" on two sides, you'll have a square.

Step 8

Repeat step 7 for all "diamonds".

Step 9

Open one flap from the corner. You can fold it to the top. But I prefer to leave a small margin.

Step 10

Repeat step 9 for all the squares. The first version is complete.

Step 11

For the second version, you can fold the middle corners backwards. I prefer them point up.

Step 12

If you want to make a wreath, you can assemble the pieces without glue as shown. Tuck one corner in the on the edge.


* You'll need 8 pieces for the wreath. Tuck the corners not to the edge next to it but the the one above so that you can have a circular shape.

Kilyos video by Origami Maniacs

Dear Mariela kindly made a tutorial of Kilyos. You can watch it on YouTube:

If you fold Kilyos and share it on Instagram or Facebook, please don't forget to tag @origamidekor!

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