# Abstract modular origami

Models of this type are also automatically listed in: abstract, geometric, modular, multi-sheet More restrictive types: other abstract modular models, modular balls and polyhedra, modular cubes and cuboids, modular fractal, modular intersecting planes, other modular mathematical object, other modular polyhedron, modular spiky balls, modular stars, modular woven polyhedron, origami chain, origami quilt, tessellation modular

Abstract modular origami, usually representing highly symmetric geometric shapes, is the most popular kind of modular origami.

This page lists folding instructions for models of a single type. You might be interested in the models themselves instead.

This being a traditional model, you can find instructions for folding it in many books and lots of places online. The diagram...

## Star Ananke (variant E)

Phototutorial 1. Pinch center of bottom edge and pivot upper-right corner around upper-left corner till it meets the p...

## Star Ananke

Star Ananke has many variants, most of them just minor changes in the folding process but affecting the look of the final model.

## Star Ananke (variant D)

Similar models on other sites Robin Glynn’s 6-pointed modular star is a design almost identical to Star Ananke variant D: it differs only by having the littl...

## Hydrangea Icosahedron

For folding Hydrangea Icosahedron (and many other shapes as well), you can just follow the instructions for Hydrangeaa Cube, ...

## Hydrangea Cube

The idea of connecting several Hydrangeas occurred independently to me and earlier to Meenakshi Mukerji. If you do not yet kn...

## Möbius Strip IV (CLU)

To fold this model, use a strip with about 1:15 proportions and fold notches according to CLU instructions. Make two notches ...

## Ichthys (CLU)

Below you can find a CP with folding tips. The CP is quite simple, so even if you have little experience, you should be able ...

## Heart (CLU)

Below you can find a CP with folding tips. The CP is quite simple, so even if you have little experience, you should be able ...

## Six Intersecting Pentagrams (SIP)

Instructions for this model are available in an OrigamiUSA article which also contains very interesting details about this mo...

## Makalu

Introduction and folding instructions online and in print Robert J. Lang’s Makalu (Six Intersecting Pentagons) is an interest...

## Gasherbrum

Introduction and folding instructions on author’s page Gasherbrum (Four Interesecting Triangles) is one of the models in Hima...

## Annapurna

Introduction and folding instructions on author’s page Annapurna (Ten Interesecting Triangles) is one of the models in Himala...

## Umbrella Dodecahedron

Instructions for the model were published in Meenakshi Mukerji’s book, Marvelous Modular Origami, on page 54.

## QRSTUVWXYZ-stars

Instructions for folding the model are available online.

## Poinsettia Ball

Instructions for the model were published in Meenakshi Mukerji’s book, Marvelous Modular Origami, on page 30.

## Cosmos Ball

Instructions for the model were published in Meenakshi Mukerji’s book, Marvelous Modular Origami, on page 18.

## FIT (Five Intersecting Tetrahedra)

Tom Hull’s folding instructions Five Intersecting Tetrahedra (FIT), designed by Thomas Hull, is probably the most popular mod...

## WXYZ

Diagrams for this model are available online.

## TUVWXYZ-stars

Instructions for folding the model are available online.

## STUVWXYZ-stars

Instructions for folding the model are available online.

## Blintz Icosidodecahedron

Model diagrams are available online.