This can be a flagstone tessellation that I got here up with lately. I had the thought for the place to begin and was decided to create a pyramidal sample that might repeat outward from it. 

It took a number of tries to find out how the corners would work, nevertheless it got here to collectively properly in the long run. 

It consists of trapezoids and rhombuses on the entrance facet.

On the again facet there are a lot of triangle twists. That is fairly normal for a flagstone tessellation. 

As with all flagstone tessellation, it’s considerably labor intensive. However general, it’s not exhausting to fold. I would not say it is easy both, nevertheless it’s fairly doable with slightly endurance. 

I have been obsessive about triangular patterns currently. This is only one extra instance of what you are able to do with them. 

The photograph of the reverse facet reveals the dense array of triangle twists wanted to finish the design. 

I used 28 lb printer paper trimmed to a hexagon. It was folded right into a 32 pleat triangle grid. 

Aside from trimming the paper right into a hexagon, there are not any cuts. Solely folds. 

It isn’t essential to trim the paper to a hexagon. The identical might be achieved leaving it rectangular. 

I simply discover it simpler to succeed in the middle with my stubby fingers when working with the hexagon.

I additionally suppose the hexagon ends in a nicer completed design. 

My crease sample sketch is included on the finish of this submit.