There's this technique of folding toward and under or over a grid shape. It may have a name. If it does, I don't know it.
It creates different possibilities from classic twist folds. That's the method I used here.
Small triangles and small rectangles overlap each other to form hexagonal rings.
If you have a fairly sturdy paper, it's not too difficult to fold. It takes some time though. It's slow going. A lot of little detail work.
The second photo shows the rear of the tessellation. This should give some further insight into the structure should you choose to attempt it.
I don't have a crease pattern. I drew it for the first time on the sheet I folded for the result. It's not a complicated structure. It didn't require testing and planning.
I started with a small triangle at the center. Then rectangles off of those points. Repeat to fill grid. Hexes naturally from.