It is a variation on another tucked rhombus tessellations created on my own and others.
It begins with a round array of rhombuses tucked into one another round an open again hex twist on the opposite aspect.
On this case, I linked these rhombuses to the following set utilizing a flagstone collapse fold. From there, the round sample is repeated.
A triad of triangles are used to fill within the gaps.
This design options lots of carefully nestled intersections the place the factors of the rhombuses and the triangles should coalesce concurrently. It is tough, however not too terribly laborious.
With designs similar to this, working each side of the paper helps all the pieces come collectively extra readily.
It is lots of triangles on the again aspect. They want simply as a lot consideration because the entrance aspect does.
I used tant paper folded right into a 32 pleat triangle grid.
A crease sample is included beneath.