Revised Ruffs | The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) workshop, participants will work with different varieties of fabrics to create dramatic sculptural neckpieces and bold collars. Taking cues from the rich tradition of paper folding known as origami and the highly starched European ruff, students will create bold new neckwear that incorporates folding, pattern, and repletion. (AUG. 2013) necklace by Jessica Stoller
Easy DIY Oragami Bag. Need one large piece of fabric (17" x 51") and a small piece for the handle. Shape is made by folding, only a few seams required.
Creative Pattern Making - Shingo Sato inspired origami dress design with offset shape repetition - couture sewing ideas; fabric manipulation for fashion design
DIY hand-sewn #birds. Instead of mobiles, I'll place this on the tree in beautiful colors of red, silver or gold.
Origami Fashion - manipulated fabric folds; exquisite texture & pattern detail // Shingo Sato "Anatomía de un vestido" #textiles
Origami Dress - fabric manipulation for fashion using folded fabric shapes to create dimensional patterns; sewing inspiration
fabric origami flowers
Make A Reading Nook Your Kids Will Actually Use! How cute is this!! Imagination!! Leave as is or customize!! Colors, fabrics, padded seat!! Glowing stars on the 'ceiling'!! Origami stars or birds over head. Love it!!
https://www.cityblis.com/5236/item/13059 Origami belt/accessory - $297 by Freak Factory This accessory is built up as a modern belt, which consists of many folded-up origami style ornaments. The shape of the belt frames up the hips. This accessory may be tied up both at the front and back. Material: 100% PES
Origami Fashion - asymmetric origami belt with structural fabric manipulation to create layers, folds & repetition for a decorative effect; creative sewing // Freak Factory
Structural Smocking - smocked & pleated dress - fabric manipulation for fashion design; white textures; 3D textiles // Azzedine Alaïa
Origami Textiles Design with folded 3D pleats, transfer printed & pressed; fabric manipulation techniques // Reiko Sudo
Origami angel. I can see this being made with starch-soaked fabric for a long-lasting ornament. <-- I see some Weeping Angel ornaments in my near future