Are you looking for where to start with the art of book folding?

Here you will find help to get you started with this rewarding craft!
If you’re a beginner then I recommend starting with the beginners heart pattern in the regular Measure, Mark and Fold style (MMF) There is also a video showing how to make it from start to finish. Click here or on the photo to be taken the beginner tutorial.

Or if you’d prefer to have a go at the cut and folds there is a free cut and fold inspire pattern with video here. There’s also the full cut & fold masterclass course you can take to learn all the styles and own some exclusive patterns only available on the course.

The Cut & Fold Masterclass will teach you all about the cut and fold methods and  styles. Whether you are wanting a new hobby or your own little business, this course will help you learn each technique and give you tips I’ve picked up over the years to improve your accuracy and quality. The course include all the patterns you’ll need to make all the books in the photo on the left!

Happy Folding!

Jo x

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