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This video is based on a true story. Arthur H. Stone really did invent the hexaflexagon after playing with the paper strips he'd cut off his too-wide British paper, and really did start a flexagon committee! For more videos about hexaflexagons, watch Part 2 of Vi Hart's video series here:
Read more about hexaflexagons in Martin Gardner's book of Puzzles and Games:
Find patterns for a large variety of flexagons:

Learn how to host your own Flexagon Party:
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