1,000 YODAS!



Hey OY EU Community! SFCamster here with a quick announcement.

I folded 1,000 yodas! This has been a goal for a very long time for me as a Superfolder. I started folding on September 10, 2014! I got to 660 Yodas before I packed them up for a while. Then, on September 25, 2017, I folded 219 more for hurricane awareness in an hour for the victims of Hurricane Irma.

After finding them in my closet at one point, I decided to go for it. I had 859 already folded, so I was very close. I set up and folded the rest!


About sfcamster

A person of many interests who folds, draws, games, writes, blogs, preserves, and more! Join him on his never-ending adventures, stories, and games on his site, Camster Origami, or take a look at iVariety, a site he contributes to run by his good friend Faraz Haider, also known as badatgaming130. He also runs an organization he started known as Turning the Tide, which has a blog as well. Any way you go, you're in for a treat. Enjoy!

Posted on August 11, 2018, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Good job, dude! 👍

    I’ve only folded, like, twenty Yodas. One was a Cover Yoda, another was a Universal Yoda, and the rest were just emergency Yodas, because sometimes all I need from life is advice. 😉

  2. I did this once with Origami storm troopers but I only got to like 120-130ish range. It’s a lot of work so good job!!! 👏👏

  3. Wow, that’s still really amazing! And thank you!

  4. I have counted all the origami First Order stormtrooper finger puppets I have made over the years. So far I have 316. I’m aiming for 1000 stormtroopers!

  5. Jar Jar Pleats

    Amazing, and good for you, dude! This has been a huge achievement for YEARS, about when Darth Paper FIRST CAME OUT! I myself have never attempted such a thing, so you should be very proud to have finally completed it!

  6. He reached 1,000 Yodas! Now do 2,000 Yodas!

    (Just joking.)

  7. Thank you Jar Jar! 🙂

  8. When is Agents of Fold Coming out?


    I have a blog now. I don’t know if you can comment on it because it’s on Blogspot, not WordPress. 🤔

    Here’s the link to it:


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