From a knitter’s point of view they are not all the same because there are two very different methods of construction which cause the lines of knitting to go in different directions to create a more complex colour pattern.
There is no sewing as all shapes are picked up from shapes that have gone before. They are very similar to mitred squares.
Only one yarn is used at a time.
The knitting is easy but there are a lot of ends to darn in.
This design is very versatile. The afghan shown was made using five different colours so the rows of kites are not repeated.
The pattern includes three colouring-in sheets so you can try your own combinations.
All of the shapes are kites and are all exactly the same size. Four-sided shapes that are all the same will always fit together. This design is unusual because the kites are constructed in two different ways.
You may see some 3D effects in the design. It seems to look different from each direction.