I have a large collection of craft books and magazines (not even going to count the display books filled with patterns) but I've only really looked at the books rather than make any projects. As a new year's resolution, I'm aiming to make at least one project from each book.
Since I have heaps of origami paper and a pair of sharp scissors, I discovered how fun kirigami (Japanese paper cutting) is. I bought this kirigami book by Yaguchi Kanako many years ago and finally sat down and started cutting! The book is in Japanese but the patterns are easy to follow. Well I cut out six different patterns so that's six different projects right? I may have fulfilled my quota for the year!