This is my second instructable. Clearly the first one wasn't exciting enough to win me a T-shirt... (-;

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## Step 1: Materials

## Step 2: Measure

## Step 3: Find center line

This seems a little obvious, since a flexigon is clearly a mathematical wonder. But I have to say it anyway. This is also an awesome lesson to use for math instruction. I try to cruise through the steps as fast as possible, so it actually gets used for MY intended purpose - as a pocket study tool. But it sure would be fun to really delve into the geometric principles behind it... But alas, I am not a math teacher. (-:

yea it didn't say anything about a compass

good thing you can really make a point by spelling British right -_-

*gasp*

Do I have man-hands???

on the internet no one knows your a potato

____________a______________

____________b______________

a is the top of your paper and b is the bottom.

you fold from a to b to a and glue them together ( i hope that makes sense )

But, I can't really explain how to flip it... sorry :(

Check youtube. it might help

He keeps telling you he's female.

Besides, only girls read

L'Engle.What you are using is a pair of compasses! A compass will get you home but is not a lot of use for drawing circles - I should be a teacher.

I have confessed my crime.

Yes, you should be a teacher. Because that's all there is to it - just knowing the difference between a compass and a protractor.

(I have long hair. I get mistaken for a girl sometimes)

this is instructables.

Try

YOSHIMOTO CUBEI still have some of them tucked away in a drawer since I was a kid. Don't know why i saved them, but I've had them for 40 years.

BEASTIE

We used to make these in Elemmentary school about a billion years ago. We actually got up to a duo-decka-Hexa-flexagon (20 sides if I remember corerectly) but alas I have forgotton how to fold them. We used adding machine paper and no guideline but they worked fine.

I have brought this up in conversations many many times but no one seemed to know what I was talking about. :-(.

Thank you for posting this!

Mikey