Jared McComb suggested taking three sets of these pieces with different colors. For construction he demanded that same colored pieces shoudn't touch and same shapes shoudn't touch either. I only took the first condition for my patterns and tried to find solutions with my old program for front and back colored polyforms. Unfortunately the source code was lost and the program failed solving larger problems. So I had to write a new one.
A solution for a size 15 triangle is shown above. Click the number of pieces of some other sets to get more constructions.
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To get a physical puzzle I printed three sets of one-sided tetrahexes, colored one side of the pieces and attached magnetic foils to the other one. This way a construction is fixed and can easily be moved around.