1,
Find the top lefthand corner of
an imaginary 3 by 1 rectangle
lying within the square by
creasing in part of one diagonal
and part of a threequarter way
line. The point where they
intersect is the corner of the
rectangle.


2.
Use the corner of this imaginary
rectangle as a location point for
this fold. When the fold is
flattened the crease must pass
exactly through corner z.

3,
Use the point where the new
crease intersects the left hand
raw edge to locate the final
fold.


4,
Cut along the new crease to
separate the fat platinum
rectangle from the square.
