Flexagons · folding

Video Tutorial for My Flexagon

About a month ago I zoom-taught a group of about 200 people how to make this very sweet fidgety flexagon that I had created. The Museum of Mathematics hosted the event.

As I want to show this to anyone who wants to learn it, I (finally) made a tutorial video of my flexagon.

Start with any square, or the cool graphic above, which is my work. I love this version with the MoMath logo on it.

Here’s the video:

A big shout out to MoMath, who, once again, were a pleasure to work with!

If you make one of these, send photos! Have fun.

11 thoughts on “Video Tutorial for My Flexagon

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this delightful structure. I was registered for your MoMath presentation but somehow managed to confuse the time. The design is beautiful and the video is paced so that even I could follow it. Your talent and generosity is most appreciated!

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  2. Thank you so much for this! 😍

    On Sun, 19 Sep 2021, 04:28 Playful Bookbinding and Paper Works, wrote:

    > Paula Beardell Krieg posted: ” Ahttps:// > bookzoompa.files.wordpress.com/2021/09/folded-folly-momath.jpg About a > month ago I zoom-taught a group of about 200 people how to make this very > sweet fidgety flexagon that I had created. The Museum of Mathematics hosted > the event. As I wa” >

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