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Unread 05-27-2005, 04:32 AM   #1
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Arrow Qbee's Origami Shirt Instructions (Father's Day Shirt)

Here are the instructions I created for making the origami shirt which can be used as a Father's Day Shirt or a Hawaiian Shirt. Here is a sample of the shirt in use from the gallery:

http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...p?photo=108235

If you want to add a tie to the father's day shirt there are good instructions at the web site below. It's best to tie the tie first and then slip it around the collar. I used an 11" piece of 3/8" wide grosgrain ribbon.

http://www.neckties.com/knots.php

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Unread 06-10-2005, 03:19 PM   #2
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This is great...can't wait to try it. I always have trouble with origami, but maybe I can get this one right!
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Unread 06-11-2005, 03:15 AM   #3
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This card is SO CUTE! I wish my Dad was alive he would have loved it! Thanks for the directions.
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Unread 06-14-2005, 02:29 PM   #4
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http://members.tripod.com/cecilia_liu/shirt.htm

This worked like a charm for me first try.
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I feel the same about my Dad... but how about giving one to a friend who is a Dad.
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Me too, but I'm gonna make this just for the challenge and fun anyway!!

Thanks so much Brenda for sharing the how-tos!!
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Qbee... your a dream! I totally appreciate your going the extra mile to not only share your beautiful creations, but kind enough to share the templates, instructions and other necessary information for the rest of us to try our hands on creations! Your the best!!!!!!
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Thank you for sharing this!!! I will try this tomorrow!!! Can't wait!!!
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http://members.tripod.com/cecilia_liu/shirt.htm This worked like a charm for me first try.
I always do this with dollar bills that I leave for tips in restaurants. I put a quarter at the top for a head (washington, you know) and any other bills underneath for a skirt. Always brings a smile to their faces (I lurk and watch!)
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Pepper, What a fun idea!! When I see a crinkled dollar bill, now I'll know that it's been through your capable hands.

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Great idea to do! Thank you.
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I'm dyslexic and I just can't follow the shirt directions, can someone draw them explaining what side of the paper I'm using, no matter how I fold it just doesn't come out right. I need simple directions for a two year old, if possible

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I had a really hard time following the template (I'm more of a visual learner), so I typed in origami shirt on YouTube and was able to see loads of videos actually "showing" how to do this. They are so cute and I never would have thought to do this if I had not seen your post! Thanks for the fabulous idea!
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thanks so much for sharing... im going to try this as it will be my first origami foldever...thanks again
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thank you for sharing!

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I love these origami shirts ! Your instructions were very detailed.....the only this is that I have had a problem making these "shirts" ...no matter whose pattern I follow....although I think I might try this techinque once more....I loved your card ! Thanks so much for sharing this !

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