trr I I I rhe shorter I half should be in front. Fold the top edge of the short half to match the left edge, forming a pointed end. l2 Fordthetop half of the front layer to the left so that it passes between itself and the pointed layer behind. Look at step 1 3 for the shape. ,-O\ Tuck the Turn over. f5 openthe shoe at the top and push forward, forming a crimp at the front of the ankle. Separate the heel with a small dent at the bottom. Crimp the end of the toe up. point flap into the pocketed layer in front. This will form the heel. Haverhill Shoe. The High-Top Designed byRichard L. Alexander, 2006 When you fold the units, be aware that roughly half of the model will show, while the other half will be tucked inside an adjacent piece, and not show at all. Since the side that will be tucked in must be smaller, pay particular attention to stay within the edges and margins as you make the folds on the hidden end. You will need five crisp dollar bills.
Begin with the obverse side up. Fold the short left-side edge up to the top long edge. Unfold. Fold the left and 5 Fold the left cor- ner in half, along the crease. the top edges to meet at the crease. Use the crease to collapse the bill into the shape shown in figure ten. Notice that a crirnp is made at the center, where the dashed mountain and valley lines occur. Unfold the front left flap. m Yourbitt should look like this. Fold the other bills so that you have five completed units to assemble. Mountain-fold the larger, right-side portion around the back. Use the vertical edge of paper of the top layer as a guide. Valley and Mountain-fold the lower triangular flap to make it fit within the area of the top flap. Your bill should look like this. Unfold the last step. Fold in half by bringing the left corner over to the upper right corner. Open the paper so that it resembles figure nine. ffi Rotate one unit so that the open flap is at the bottom. lnsert the kite-shaped half of another unit into the pocket of the first unit. When the two units have been brought together, fold the free flap over the point to keep them together. Pointed, Star. The Five- Five-Dollar Your model should look like this. Add the other units in the same way. As you assemble, be sure to collapse and pinch the "filled" points, holding them completely closed, until you connect the loose ends to close the star. You should fold each star point in half sharply to give the model a crisp appearance. Turn over.