The Public Paperfolding History Project
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Le Travail Manuel a L'ecole Primaire
by Jully & Rocheron, 1892 |
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'Le
Travail Manuel a L'ecole Primaire' by Jully &
Rocheron was published by Librairie Classique Eugene
Belin in Paris in 1892. It is a syllabus of lessons in
manual work designed to comply with the education law of
1882. This page concentrates on those elements in the book which use paperfolding per se (rather than paper weaving, cutting or cartonnage) to create recognisable designs. The relevant pages on which instructions for the designs can be found are reproduced below. Many of the lessons about paperfolding are concerned with mathematical folds which do not produce a finished design. In most cases you will need to consult the full work to find out about these. A full copy of the work can be found here. ********** L'Escalier
/ ********** Petit Cadre / Simple Square Frame ********** Petit
Vide-Poches / ********** Cocote
/ ********** Moulin
/ ********** Double
Bateau
********** Rosaces
a 4 pointes (Rosettes with 4 points) /
This section also explains a way of mounting two windmill bases (one folded from paper half the size of the other) inside each other and that the various rosettes can then be folded from the smaller base. ********** Chapeau
de gendarme / ********** Petit
vide-poches / ********** Bonnet
de police / / ********** Bateau
/ **********
********** Cube
ou prison a mouches / (Note that the flaps are not fully inserted into the pockets in this version) ********** Boite
de patissier / The instructions also explain how to make a square version and a version from a rectangle divided into sixths. ********** Bateau
a fond plat / ********** Bonnet
de magicien / ********** Pliage
de bandes / See pages below. ********** Strip
Folded Letters / ********** Hexagone
/ ********** Cadre
Hexagonal / ********** Etoiles a 6 pointes / Star of David Patterns from Hexagons ********** Etoile a 6 pointes / Star of David from an Equilateral Triangle ********** Pentagone
/ ********** Filtre
/ Octagone / Filter / The octagon is made by joining the ends of the relevant creases. ********** Autre
pliage de l'octogone / **********
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