For this month's Origami Interlude, I folded a piece designed by Lukasheva Ekaterina of Kusudama.me. She has a gorgeous gallery of kusudama origami, and several free diagrams to boot! This piece is called Immortelle, and is a variation of her Dragonfly unit:
This piece features 30 Immortelle units joined together without any glue or adhesives. I used six units each of five different colors of origami paper, and joined them together using the uniform color distribution that I describe in my Candy Dodecahedron beaded bead pattern. I used two sheets of paper for each unit so that the completed piece would be more colorful; about half of the backside of each piece of paper shows in the final unit.
I really like how flowery this piece looks!
A free diagram and how-to video for this piece is available at Kusudama.me. Check out some of my previous interludes into paper origami here, here, here, here, and here.