Argyle Origami Tessellation

This is a fun one. A neat little example of one way you can fold rhombus twists in a linear fashion.

It's much less complicated than most of the tessellations I've been doing lately. However, it does feature a folding technique that I rarely use. In fact, that I rarely seen used at all. 

It's called a rabbit ear sink fold. I learned about it years ago in Eric Gjerde's famous tess book. I'm not a fan of the fold. They're kind of a pain to do, but they're sometimes useful for creating points. As is the case here. 

It's a simple tessellation, but it's a cool pattern. I think so anyway. 

Crease pattern is included at the end. 


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