Sunday, March 27, 2011

Iris Folding Kimono Pattern

21 comments:

Brenda is SO Blessed said...

did you say you have a die for this? where is it being sold?

Michael said...

The die will be in the catalog next week Brenda.
Thanks!
Mike

ModernaDesignsArt said...

Mike, is this the die's original size, or should the pattern be resized? I can't wait to try it. TFS
Dorly Weitzen

Jenni said...

Thank you Mike, it's beautiful!

1922 Designs by bev allaire said...

Mike, thanks for doing the hard work on this for us. I can't wait to get my washi papers out and give it a go.

bev a

ps see you april 2nd at the yap!

Daria said...

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

I've been wanting to learn how to do Iris Folding. This is just the piece that will motivate me to ask my friend Nora to show me.

momzilajn said...

OOOHHHH,I love it! Can't wait to try it! And am very interested in the die! Just got my stamp, thank you! Cheryl/momzilajn

Jan Castle said...

Thank you Mike...happy to have another kimono pattern to use! Looks like FUN!!!
Jan Castle

Lisa said...

Thanks for the pattern! The ladies at MLO will love it!

carrie said...

This looks like fun! Can hardly wait to receive my stamp and die in the mail so I can try this.

Dorrine Conrad said...

My advice is to start with the higher numbers and work your way out. Even though this is quite labor intensive, it's stunning and elegant!

Dorrine Conrad said...

sorry folks, I was putting the template on wrong...ignore my advice about starting with the higher numbers!

Anonymous said...

I have followed Michael for some time, especially on Carol's show, another Michigan resident. I have been doing Iris paper folding for about 3 years now and wondered if this komono die can be used in the cuttlebug??
Karen
Mihigan

Mlor said...

Thank you very much for your pattern...
Marie-Laure

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quiltweaver said...

I'm new to iris paper folding and making the kimono for a friend. Any suggestions on how to best do pieces 8, 9, & 10 -- the pieces which go across the kimono?