Origami Tessellations: Winter Wonderland

This tessellation is a hybrid of flagstone and tuck/collapse techniques.

I've been finding a lot of new designs using this combination of folds. 

The central component is a rhombus star twist around a small hex twist on the reverse side.

There are triangle collapses tucked into the ends of the rhombuses. This kind of makes them look like snowflakes. 

It's at the point that I begin to tessellate everything. 

What's particularly nice about this tessellation is that the ends land rather fortuitously on my 32 pleat grid. So I was able to create pretty tidy borders. 

It looks harder to fold than it actually is. 

The reverse side is seven hex twists and a whole lotta triangle twists. 

For further assistance see my crease pattern diagram below. 


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