color-coded hexaflexagon

A hexaflexagon is a puzzling shape you can fold using a strip of paper. Watch these videos to learn more about them:

my version

I made a hexaflexagon that’s color-coded for easy navigation. Each side corresponds to a primary or secondary color in the RGB color model.

Diagram showing how to navigate my hexaflexagon. There are six colored sides, and three of the sides have two states each (labeled 1 and 2).
Other prototypes.

make your own

  1. Print out my template (A4, letter) and cut out the parallelogram. Make sure to leave the white strip on the left intact.
Preview of the template.
  1. Watch this video to learn how to fold it: