Fold Me You Will: Make an Origami Yoda from a Single Sheet of Paper
If the elementary school rumors are to be believed, it’s only possible to fold a single sheet of paper a maximum of eight times. This fun origami project takes a solid eighty-two folds, and makes one seriously sweet little Jedi master that would look excellent perched on top of your desk, a shelf, or anywhere that needs a pop of handmade color. The image above is by Origami enthusiast Yoyoferro, but the project was designed by paper folder par excellence Fumiaki Kawahata, who shows you how to make it in the video below.
*Yeah, I know that myth is about folding a sheet and half, and I saw that episode of Mythbusters.