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Trihexaflexagon

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Uploaded on Jan 1, 2009

There are 3 unique triangle patterns and 2 variants for each pattern (I annotated the video).

I got the instructions for this from here:

www.thepeaceofpaper.robogumby.com/2007/02/16/lets-make-a-flexagon/

You can download and print the PDF pattern with two different designs or download the blank flexagon and fill it in with your own designs or colors. I started with the ready-made design and then did this pattern myself.

TIP: The instructions don't specify what kind of paper to use. I used card stock at first, thinking it would be sturdier, but the edges got roughed up very quickly. I did this particular one with printer paper instead (I used premium quality). The edges on this one buckle just a bit, but it still looks new and it's easier to maneuver.

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