1st:     This is the hardest step because browsers are not uniform in size.
You need a copy of figure 1 with squares that are 1 cm by 1 cm.
Print this page and measure the size of a square.
If the squares are about 1 cm by 1 cm, use this cube
as an approximation of a cm cube.
If the squares are NOT close to the correct size, right-click on
Figure 1, above, and use a paint or drawing program to print the figure so
when printed it is 6 cm wide.
2nd:     Cut out the figure so that the slit between strip A and strip B extends
all the way to strip C but DOES NOT CUT strip C.
3rd:     Cut out the figure and fold back-and-forth the remaining lines so
each easily folds. Perhaps pinch the paper between your thumbnail and forefinger
to make each crease or fold very sharp and more flexible.
4th:     Begin to braid the cube by holding the square A1-C1.
Place square A2 on top of square B2, making a corner and an edge between A1-C1 and C2-B1.