Paper Polylinks

George W. Hart
Renaissance Banff: Mathematics, Music, Art, Culture (2005)
Pages 505–508

Abstract

This workshop presents three activities to make attractive symmetric constructions. Each activity involves cutting out hollow paper polygons and assembling them into a geometric weave. The equipment required is paper, a copier or computer printer to print the templates, scissors to cut them out, and a small amount of clear tape to assemble the parts. I recommend proceeding in sequence from simplest to hardest:

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