Chapel fold

Definition The concept of a "Chapel fold" refers to a folding pattern resembling the outline of a chapel. It is created by folding the top right and left corner of a page for about one quarter of the leaf inwards leaving some space between the folded corners. Then, the bottom third of the page is folded upward, followed by folding in the left and right side of the page inwards at about one quarter of the page, producing a diamond shape folding pattern at the top. The bottom of the folded page is then folded upwards to the lower corners of the triangular shape of the first folds. This upper trapezoid is finally folded down and sealed to finish the letter fold shaped in a rectangular.en
KOS prizepapers_signs_of_handling Prize Papers: Signs of handling
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publisher Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
created 2019-04-24
issued 2019-04-24
modified 2020-07-24

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