1. This week was all about tessellations from Eric Gjerde's book
  2. This is the "pinwheel"
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  3. Through light. It is very similar to the Celtic circle I made a couple weeks ago
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  4. The back
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  5. This one is called "tiled hexagon"
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  6. I made it with a transparent paper (the kind used to copy a drawing you know). It was a nightmare to fold but it looks good.
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  7. This is a diagonal version of the "five and four"
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  8. With backlight
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  9. "Five and four" with a little fun with the pattern
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  10. But I still don't really like tessellations with pattern paper
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  11. The back
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  12. This is "Roman church floor tiling"
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  13. I love it. It would be even better with a more see through paper. I'll make that later!
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  14. The back
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  15. This is the bird base
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  16. A lot of pre-folding for a result half pretty in my opinion
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  17. The back (not very neat Oups!)
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  18. Here are all the above tessellations so you can see the different sizes
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  19. I purchased a big ass piece of paper to make bigger tessellations. It took hours to pre-fold
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  20. And it took hours struggling to understand and start the "field of stars"
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  21. But it got it finally! You'll probably see the result next week!
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