Origami Chopstick WrapperThis is an easy but versatile Origami Chopstick Wrapper, also called Hashi Wrapper. You can use it to display your chopsticks at a sushi party. You can also use it as a utensil wrapper at your dinner party.
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Chopsticks come in various length and you might want to use different size origami paper accordingly. Our chopsticks turned out to be fairly long, at over 8 inches and we used a larger 8 1/4 inch origami paper so that the chopsticks will fit nicely in the wrapper. And they did!
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 1: Start with a square origami paper color side down.
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 2: Fold in half horizontally, crease well and unfold.
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 3: Now fold both the top and bottom edges to the center. Crease well and unfold.
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 4: Fold the bottom right corner to meet the center crease.
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 5: Fold the top right corner to meet the upper crease (not the center crease):
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 6: Now fold the top quarter down like so:
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 7: Fold the top down over itself again.
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 8: Now just fold the bottom edge over to meet the top edge.
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 9: We need to "seal" our chopstick wrapper. So, just fold about 1/2 inch over on the left side. It's best to use glue or double-sided tape for this so that our chopsticks or pens don't fall out of the wrapper!
Origami Chopstick Wrapper Step 10: Flip the paper over and you're done!
Your origami chopstick wrapper can be used to hold chopsticks, utensils or pens!
From Cindy in New York:
From Crysta in Minneapolis " This chopsticks case is just adorable I love it I'll always have a pen/pencil handy now. "
From reader in Aliso Viejo " This is an Origami Chopstick Holder that I tested out with a small square of lined paper. It turned out to be the perfect size for my mini scissors! "
From Grace in Dobbs Ferry:
From Hurley in Feltham " I loved making this I added in some pens and pencils. you like?? "
We like! :)
From Maria in Quezon City " Origami Chopstick Holder - very easy to make. Made by my 10 year old child!"
From Levie in Brisbane " Modified chopstick holder, made in plain black to match my bento furoshiki (also pictured). I shortened the width to 10cm which made a much tighter fit and it holds the chopsticks without needing to flick up the bottom so a much smoother finish. "
Nice modification, Levie!
From Chelsea in Calgary "Origami Chopstick Holder. This was so fun and easy!My new neighbors came over for dinner (luckly they were aisan and they knew how to use chopsticks)S i made this and decorated them with wishing stars! "
From Kim in Woodland " Origami chopstick wrapper made with a dollar bill. It's not a square piece, but it worked nicely and would be the perfect size for a regular-sized pair of chopsticks. I didn't happen to have any on hand. I made this after I made the four designs made for dollar bills, so my dollar was quite beaten up by this point. "