A school librarian called me to see if I could do an origami workshop/program for her Bluebonnet winners (students who had read a certain number of books). She told me there is a very popular book among the kids with an origami tie-in: Tom Angleberger's "The Strange Case of Origami Yoda." So, I bought the book and enjoyed it thouroughly (in a twisted, adolescent sort of way) and immediately set about to fold the fanciest Yoda on the internet created by Fumiaki Kawahata. Not knowing there was a video link to help with this project, I set about to fold it only from a set of diagrams.
In Yoda's words, "To fold, easy is not." You can see the blobs of paperwads that never morphed into Yoda. But in the end, success! A smaller Yoda (12 in square) and and a larger Yoda ((20 in square). Too cute, ね？