I am a lifetime beader - started when I was 10 by figuring out thread paths on old jewelry hand-me-downs. Self-taught, I understand how students can be confused by written instructions. My method is to show the student how to do the stitch(es), then show how it applies to the diagrams. This allows students to progress on their own after mastering the stitch(es).
I offer origami classes (paper folding) for students of all ages who wish to discover and begin in this art. Patience and delicacy are two essential qualities for the folding of paper, so this is what I am applying myself to transmit mainly. The goal is a gradual progression, starting with the bases to increase the difficulty gradually.
Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding without cuts, with which we can create animal shapes, flowers ...
I propose an origami approach as a bridge between mathematics and art. Origami is for all those who wish to address the spatial geometry by touch.