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Paper Cutouts of Northern Peoples’ Traditional Patterns

Let’s make AINU and UILTA cutouts with origami!

Trace paper pattern on origami and cut out. If you can use scissors, you can do it! It’s a very easy craft, but you can be a cutout artist with these marvelous patterns!



We believe these patterns have meanings of faith or talisman. 

Inspirations of patterns came from nature, the flow of water, whirlpool, plants, and flowers.

The natural world contains very few things that form straight. This is why patterns are like this.


Indigenous patterns around the world are similar because most of them were inspired by nature.


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