|The Public Paperfolding History Project
|The Short Sleeved Shirt|
page attempts to record what is known about the origin
and history of the origami design known as the Short
Sleeved Shirt. Please contact me if you know any of this
information is incorrect or if you have any other
information that should be added. Thank you.
The Short Sleeved Shirt is developed from the Triple Blintz Basic Form.
This design appears as 'Jade mit furzen armeln' in 'Die Praxis Des Kindergartens' by Auguste Koehler, which was published by Herman Bohlau in Weimar in 1873.
The design also appears in 'Kindergarten Practice' by Mary Gurney, which is a substantially abridged version, in two parts, of 'Die Praxis Des Kindergartens' by Auguste Koehler. The second part, 'Froebel's Plane Surfaces', contains sections dealing with paper folding, cutting and weaving. The date of the first edition is not known. The second edition was published in 1877 in London by A N Myers and Co.