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I recommend Totts as well. Great information on different folds! Also do searches for specific tools equipment. There is tons of information. I would also decide what you want to start with and get good practice and expand from there. I am new as well and everytime I see something new I want to try it..not a good idea! I am starting to settle down now and try to focus on one type of bow..once I have that mastered then I will move on. Buy some cheap ribbon to practice with..