And the folds keep on coming. We did both the z fold and this double z-fold in October. Many of our normal attendees weren’t able to make it, but they all got caught up at the craft retreat that started the next day.
Once you have mastered the z-fold, I highly recommend the double z-fold. It takes a little more time, but so worth it.
(This photos was found on google. )
Double Z-Fold: The trick to this to ensure that it will always work is the middle of each fold is the same length. Here is the fold measurements for a standard card (4.25 & 5.5). All measurements are from a 8 ½ x 5 ½ card base.
Base: Score at 2 1/8 & 4 ¼,
Top: Trim second base (5 ½ x 8 ½) to height desired and cut to 7.5″ in
length, then score at 3 ¼ and 5 3/8.
Attach top base to bottom base by aligning the 2 1/8″ section to the right edge of the base and glue that in place. Fold the base and then put glue on the back of the top that will overlap the front of the base.