At the end of the year we decided to clear our storage and bundled up these six patterns. All in copper and turquoise. As they are printed in Pantone inks, they all fit perfectly together.
The bundle contains two versions of the traditional japanese Asanoha pattern, one checker pattern, two retro inspired patterns and a paper with stripes. That gives you a great variety of options for modulars and boxes.
The paper is quite thin but with 60g/m² still an excellent option for precise folding. Combine the paper with coloured papers of your own choice or just use them as they are. The patterns are especially suitable for models with large faces, like boxes. Tomoko Fuse's hexagon box is my recommendation here. But also the traditional masu box is a choice which works great.
The format is 15×15cm (approx. 6×6 inch). Each of the six packs contains 32 sheets (192 sheets in total).
A white plastic box in A5 format is optional. It is a foodsafe box that is also dishwasher safe and can take the standard origami papers. So you can reuse the box anytime. It works great for transporting paper and there is enough space for paper cutters and bone folders.