PLEASE APPLY: Rosemary Jewell would be grateful for any experienced origami folders to contact her.
PLEASE APPLY: Rosemary Jewell would be grateful for any experienced origami folders to contact her. Trish Bowman

Help unfold Rosemary’s plan with origami

CALLING all origami artists.

Rosemary Jewell needs your help.

Rosemary was inspired by the upcoming 25th anniversary celebrations at the Community Centre in Yeppoon later in the month and wanted to make something special to bring the area alive.

Fast forward a little and Rosemary is up to her ears in origami, with plans to get to work on creating outdoor creatures for the event.

Rosemary said, while she conceded her idea was great, it would help if she actually knew how to do origami.

"I have never actually done any origami previously and didn't realise just how complex some of these creatures are," Rosemary said.

"I have a couple of patterns for ants and flies which really appeal to my sense of humour as the setting for the celebrations are being held outside.

"Some of the patterns are very complex and have around 50 steps to follow and I am in over my head."

Rosemary said she was keen to learn and would like to put a call out to the community to see if there were any experienced origami folders who could help her in the venture.

"I am keen to make this happen and would welcome any help I can get," she said.

If you would like to help in the making of the creatures for the celebrations or are happy to show Rosemary the technique she would be most thankful.

Inquiries, phone 4939 8179.



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