Sunday, April 21, 2019

Cats in Origami Review & GIVEAWAY

Discover a variety of feline folds inside the pages of Cats in Origami by Nick Robinson. With a little help from his friends, the British origami master demos 20 origami projects with instructions and diagrams. He begins with the easiest models and slowly progresses to the more challenging ones. Each project has a difficulty rating of 1 through 5, with 5 being the hardest. All designs require square paper. Add a pack of 7 x 7" paper and you'll be all set. Though for practicing the more difficult designs larger squares are better. Clear diagram and text instructions are printed on large pages along with photos of the finished model. See the complete table of contents below. So far I've folded the Rear View Cat and the Halloween Cat and am delighted with the results. The 144 page paperback was released April 17, 2019 from Dover PublicationsGet your copy below!


How to fold - Choosing paper

Simple Cat 

Rear View Cat 
Wayne Brown

Cheshire Cat 
Nick Robinson

Gay Merrill Gross

Cat Envelope 
Michel Grand

3D Cat Head 
Nick Robinson

Cat In A Box 
Nick Robinson

Halloween Cat 
David Petty

Sleepy Cat 
Hiroaki Takai

Cat Box 
Gay Merrill Gross

Neko Bookmark 
Jo Nakashima

Cat Card 
Nick Robinson

Cat That Got The Cream 
Nick Robinson

Seated Cat 
Gilad Aharoni

Walking Cat 
Lee Armstrong

Le Chat De Nicolas 
Nicolas Terry

Robin Glynn

Adorable Cat 
Stéphane Gigandet

White Socks 
Jun Maekawa

Nosy Cat 
Oriol Esteve

Credits and Biographies

Cats in Origami is available worldwide at Dover Publications. Dover, Great Books, Variety & Value Since 1941. Check out their catalog at Dover Publications. Dover has generously offered to giveaway a copy! One winner will be selected at random. Open until May 5, 2019. Canadian & US addresses only. Good luck!

I folded the Rear View Cat created by Wayne Brown from page 22 of Cats in Origami.


  1. Another interesting title would be Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen.

  2. My daughter would love this origami book. I'd like the Art of Hand-lettering.

  3. I would enjoy Grumpy Cat's Miserable Papercraft Book.

  4. "Alice in Wonderland Origami" is another interesting Dover book!

  5. Creative Haven Favorite Hymns Coloring Book
    is a good one

  6. I would like the BLISS Inspirations Coloring Book: Your Passport to Calm

  7. I like the Aladdin book!


  8. The Creative Haven Entangled Butterflies Coloring Book would be nice. Love to relax and colour!

  9. Lego Action Vehicles would keep my 2 youngest kids busy this summer!

  10. Would be fun to learn to make Origami Boxes, too.

  11. Another book we would enjoy is Magical Unicorn Spot the Differences!

  12. Lego Action would be an awesome book

  13. I would like to gift Dover Masterworks: Color Your Own Van Gogh Paintings!

  14. I'd like LEGO® Action Vehicles: Police Helicopter, Fire Truck, Ambulance, and More

  15. I would gift LEGO Action Vehicles and would love Color Your Own Van Gogh for myself :)