It’s raining in New England today – the remnants of a hurricane that blew in yesterday. So, we’ll make our own sun.
This one has a high wow factor – something that comes home to me on the bus, when strangers interrupt me to ask, what is that? It’s the five pointed thing – people’s eyes are caught by the five pointed star, even when it’s obscured by another one, pointing in the opposite direction. And the frame-breaking action isn’t so bad, either.
You can do this with other polygons, too, though you may need to horse around with the pleat width some. I think I found an answer for this problem, but I’ll refrain from posting it, so that the Teeming Millions may have a whack at it.
Speaking of polygons, nowhere in the instructions does it mention that you start with a regular decagon – I like to think my readership knows me that well, that these small matters go without mention.
No? Okay, newbie – here’s how to make a decagon.
And here’s the Sequenced Crease Pattern – yes, I checked it and it will print on A4 without any issues. At least on our end.