Close Knit Teardrops
I've done a few tessellations that are what I refer to as faux flagstones. They have patterns similar to flagstones, but they are folded along the natural structure of a triangle grid and don't require any special manipulations on the reverse side.
I'm sure this techniques has been explored before now, but it's relatively new to me.
This tessellation is a teardrop shaped example of that. I believe I saw a photo on google of Ben Parker creating the same design. So I just sought to reproduce it.
These types of designs are fairly easy to fold and great for those looking to better understand tessellations as a whole.
A short while back, I did one using the really small rhombuses of the triangle grid and am confident there are more patterns to be harvested from that technique.
I look forward to exploring that in the future provided that our society doesn't completely collapse.
Keep folding all.