Cris, a CZT, posted a picture of her Icosahedron pattern in the CZT Yahoo group. She uses it as a raffle prize for some of her classes. I love this idea, so I figured out how to do one myself. I searched the web and found this site for a pattern. I copied the image and pasted it into a Word document and stretched it out to make it as big as the page would allow. I then printed it out on plain copy paper, tangled on it, and then copied it onto cardstock. Some cutting, folding, and pasting, and there you go, a Tangled Icosahedron! Thanks, Cris, for the inspiration.
12 Saturday Nov 2011
Oh my gosh! Nice job. Coincidentally I just finished mine last night. I have to take mine somewhere to have it printed on cardstock, so you’re way ahead of me, as usual. 🙂 I’m gong to use mine when I give the demo at Cedar Ridge on the 3rd – I’ll let whoever stops to watch roll the die for the next pattern. And it will be a raffle prize at the classes as well.
Wow! We are in synch! And cool idea to use it at your demo.
Hi Cari, thank you so much for sharing the idea and the link. Meanwhile I made two myself, you will see one on my blog: http://gakis-blog.blogspot.com/2011/11/icosahedron-paradox.html .The other one later (I don’t know which day) in our Adventskalender, see the button top right on my blog.
I am sure to make more of these.