Origami is among the first few crafts I have learned from my primary school. I am always amazed by its creations done by using piece or pieces of paper. Some folding technique might look a little sophisticated but it is not as complicated if you follow the steps. When I first saw Jenny’s youtube channel on her how-to origami, I know that I must approach her to share with us on her talent. I am so glad that she agreed to guest post on Craft Passion with her first ever original design 3D Bird Origami – TWEET, and she even makes the effort to come out with a video and step by step pictures to show us the how-to.
Jenny W Chan is a native New Yorker with a background in psychology and a passion for music, arts, and crafts. She is a self-taught origamist and has been folding paper intermittently for over 15 years. Her favorite technique of folding is modular origami, which involves assembling multiple pieces of paper–sometimes hundreds or even thousands–to create intricate, three-dimensional, models.
Although her passion lies in origami and paper crafts, Jenny also enjoys hand sewing sock monkeys and has created numerous to benefit charity. Her latest venture involved teaching a four-week sock monkey workshop to adults with disabilities in New York City.
Jenny has a YouTube channel dedicated to origami tutorials and music, with over half a million video views. Don’t forget to subscribe her channel and Craft Passion Youtube Channel while you are there.