This is where we left off on the previous page.
This picture shows how you will do the next fold. I have drawn a black line where the fold will be. The arrow shows that you take the right side of the fold line and fold it underneath.
This is what it looks like after you fold it.
The arrow shows what to do in this step. Grab the bottom left corner (just grab the top layer) and pull it out toward the right and fold it all flat.
This is what it looks like after the fold. This step can be a bit tricky. Just keep after it.
The black line in this picture shows the line you will fold along. Grab the left side of this swan and fold it over to the right.
This shows what it looks like after completing the fold.
This picture shows how you will do the next fold. The dashed lines are the fold lines. You bring each side of this into the center line. In effect you are making this triangle about half as thin as it was. This is the neck of the crane.
This is what it looks like after being folded.
This picture shows how you do the next fold. Grab the right side and fold it over onto the left side along the center line.
This is what it looks like after the fold. What we have done here is made the neck of the swan even thinner.
Okay,We are going to do the most difficult fold, this is called a mountain fold; You are almost done! Continue
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