Arrowhead crease pattern.pdf
1 Fold the paper in half. Unfold.
2 Fold the top inch of the paper down.
3 Turn the paper over.
4 Fold the top corners in to the center to form a point.
5 Fold the top section down on the indicated line.
6 Fold the point of the triangle back to the top.
7 Turn the paper over.
8 Fold the top corners in to the center to form a point.
10 Fold the outer edges in to land on the creases you made in step 8.
11 Fold in on the creases you made in step 8.
12 Turn the paper over.
13 Stand the top flap up and rotate the plane to match the illustration in step 14.
14 Pick the plane up and tuck the nose into the pocket as shown. Lay the plane back on the table to match the illustration in step 15.
15 Mountain fold the plane in half on the existing crease.
16 Fold the wing to land on the left edge of the plane.
17 Turn the plane over.
18 Fold the second wing to match the first.
19 Open the wings.
1. Fold the paper in half. Unfold.
2. Fold the paper so the top right corner lands on the center crease and the new crease you are making goes through the top left corner.
4. Fold the paper so the top left corner lands on the center crease and the new crease you are making goes through the top right corner.
6. Using the highlighted portions of each crease, rabbit ear fold the paper to match the illustration in step 7. (To learn how to perform a rabbit ear fold, refer to the glossary of folds on page 9.)
7. Stand the flap made in step 6 vertically and squash fold it to match the illustration in step 8.
8. Turn the paper over.
9. Fold the top point down, allowing the underneath layers to escape unfolded. Your crease should only affect a single layer.
10. Flip the right flap to the left on its existing crease.
11. Fold the right corner to the indicated point, aligning the top right edge with the center crease.
12. Flip the right flap back to the right on its existing crease.
13. Repeat steps 10 through 12 on the left side.
14. Turn the paper over.
15. Fold the prongs down, creasing on the indicated line so the crease runs along the edge of the top layer.
16a. One at a time, insert the prongs into the pocket, as shown in step 16b. The point of each prong should end up all the way inside the pocket, landing on the red dot.
16b. Insert the prongs into the pocket, curling them, and then using the crease made in step 15 to lay them flat within the pocket.
17. Fold the plane in half using the existing crease.
18. Fold the right edge of the plane to line up with the left edge.
19. Turn the plane over.
20. Fold the left edge of the plane to line up with the right edge.
21. Open the wings.
17. Pull the pocket open,and create creases along the indicated lines. The creases should converge at the center crease, about half an inch from the top of the plane.
18a. Pull the pocket open along the creases made in the previous step. While you do this, fold the plane in half along the center crease. The creases highlighted in black should all be valley folds, and the crease in red should turn into a mountain as you open the pocket.
Refer to illustration 18b. to see this in progress.
19. Fold the wing so that the crease goes through the joint of the pocket made in the previous step. The crease should begin about a third of the way up the front of the plane and end about a third of the way up the back of the plane.
20. Turn the plane over.
21. Fold the other wing to match. Be careful not to tear the joint of the pocket as you do this.
22. Open the wings and lay the plane upside down on the table.
23. Fold winglets so that the creases are parallel to the center crease of the plane.
24. Open the winglets.
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