Plugged in and turned on. All paper. All the time.
You know who loves paper as much as papermakers? Origami artists. I’ve recently been invited into the conversations of paper folding groups on Facebook and the excitement is contagious. I mean, I don’t need much help getting excited about paper but these origamists possess a level of enthusiasm that has me falling in love with paper all over again. I’m equating it to a second honeymoon in my head!
I’ve been wanting to start a paper mill and have been deliberating what kind of paper to make. There appears to be a genuine interest in the origami community for more handmade paper options. The idea of making paper for someone to use in the advancement of their own craft is a purpose that could sustain me for a long time. If this were online dating, I’d say I found a match!
Now is the part where I need your help. If you are working in origami, please consider completing this survey I’ve created. I am hoping to get a better understanding of what is needed for origami papers to perform well. Also, I would like to learn more about origami as a craft and as a community.
If you are not an origami artist but know someone who is, I would appreciate you forwarding them the survey!