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  1. 1. Big Bird 1 2 3 4 5 6 45º 7 8 9 10 11 Repeat steps 5 and 6 on the Fold 1 layer to the right (front other 3 sides Fold 2 layers to the left and back to even up the layers on each side) 12 13 14 15 16 180º Squash fold Fold 1 layer to the top Valley fold the 2 small points. asymetrically or see the Note that the lower edges are box below slightly above the centre crease An alternative is to squash fold Much harder still, if you form tiny symetrically, this is a bit fiddly 'bird bases' on the centre layers, but the eyes will eventually look the eyes turn out like this like this Diagrammed by R.Glynn © July 1999
  2. 2. Big Bird 17 18 19 20 Make 3 small mountain folds to round off each eye Swivel a point to the left so Swivel the other point to Valley fold the three points that it continues the line of the right to the centre the bottom edge 22 23 21 Unfold Inside reverse fold the 3 points Make small valley fold to form feathers 24 25 26 27 Valley fold the point up note that Make 2 sharp creases about These creases should be made the horizontal crease is slightly half way to the centre line lightly, just bending the paper above the existing diagonal crease 28 Gently squeeze the sides to make the beak open and close Make the beak 3-dimensional, gently curving the head back Diagrammed by R.Glynn © July 1999