This origami clover is made from one sheet, square sized paper – including the stem. It is designed by Jason Ku. You can find the diagram to this model in the Origami Tanteidan Convention Magazine Nr. 24, page 289.
How does this model fold?
The way you complete this model is by adding a lot of crease lines to your paper, collapse it and then shape the cloverleaf and stem. There was one step (Nr. 28), where it said, “Pull out hidden layer“. Even though I tried identifying it by pulling out all kinds of folds, I did not manage to find this one. So I completed the origami clover without it.
This model was a bit frustrating to fold, especially that it looked doable on the paper. Even with the struggle, I liked the end result.
If you are interested in a different origami clover project, then try the Clover Tessellation by Shuzo Fujimoto.