EZ3D Origami Fishing Shirt Template Links
Well, finally! I triple-checked the templates, and then printed out the PDF's to check them and now they are good to go. I have a ton of these little shirts all over the place. My desk looks like a Sporting Goods Store!
The PDF's include a practice template with all the steps on it and the pattern. Make sure you print the PDF as is because these templates need the top white border (which usually isn't important) to form the new improved collar folds.
The directions will tell you to make most of the folds before cutting away the border. Why? Few people can cut perfectly down the middle of a straight line. Keeping the border intact until the folds are created allows us to line the fold up exactly. An uneven cut can create difficulties.
To get an accurate crease on the lines, I make a soft fold first (no creasing yet) holding the mark between my thumb and fingers to center the mark. Once I have that, I make sure the edges of the paper are lined up exactly, then soft fold again. Then I double check the edges again, hold the soft fold down with one hand and make the final creases with the other.
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