Woolly Thoughts contains a variety of objects and patterns with mathematics ranging from elementary to advanced.

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There are some larger images here. Norah Gaughan's Celestine Sondra Eklund's prime factorization sweater Horst Schultz's tumbling blocks design lots of other beautiful things on that site Try to ignore her poor mathematical grammar and highly nonstandard terminology.

Heather Taylor's article on knitting and mathematics in elementary school Fuzzy Galore's use of probability and Fibonacci numbers in knitting design fictional mathematical knitting Not just math, but other disciplines are covered at the very-cool thomasina's guide to geeky knitting and geeky knitting index. I know there must be more out there: witness qB Rachel Rawlins 's comment from 1. One particular favourite was to start with the alphabet in morse code x and blank , write an appropriate word or series of initials as the base and then run Xor or other similar function in a spreadsheet.

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Binary numbers would also do, I suppose. Then you have a unique pattern which can form the basis for work in either colour or texture.

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There are tons of technical textile sites and professional journals that deal with the engineering issues involved in the knitting industry. While there is plenty of mathematics involved, it all deals with the physical properties of yarn instead of examining the mathematics of knitting itself. I haven't been able to make an exhaustive list of cool stuff on the web relating to mathematical fiber arts other than knitting, and to a lesser extent crochet, because, well, I don't know much about the other fiber arts, mostly.

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So I'm not quite sure how to effectively search. Thus, like just about everything else on my pages Gwen Fisher's quilted Cayley tables Elaine Ellison's mathematical quilts pages check out pages 2, 4, 5 in particular. Mathematical Embroidery Craig Kaplan's triaxial aida cross stitch Wing Mui's simple symmetric square sampler Larry Riddle's space-filling curves and dragon curves and dragon curve tilings and dragon curve lace and pythagorean tree and more fractals Maggi Harriss's tiled cushions Debbie Borkovitz's S 4 temari ball Kiyoko Urata's icosahedral temari balls William Mitchell's Pascal's Triangle Lisa Shier and Doug Dunham's hyperbolic Fish Pattern 5,3.

The Home of Mathematical Knitting sarah-marie's mathematical knitting pages and mathematical fiber arts pages. Conference Sessions and Books Carolyn Yackel and sarah-marie belcastro co-organized three mathematics conference sessions, each of which included a sequence of talks and a mathematical fiber arts exhibit.

I know there must be more out there: witness qB Rachel Rawlins 's comment from 1. One particular favourite was to start with the alphabet in morse code x and blank , write an appropriate word or series of initials as the base and then run Xor or other similar function in a spreadsheet.

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Binary numbers would also do, I suppose. Then you have a unique pattern which can form the basis for work in either colour or texture.

There are tons of technical textile sites and professional journals that deal with the engineering issues involved in the knitting industry. While there is plenty of mathematics involved, it all deals with the physical properties of yarn instead of examining the mathematics of knitting itself. I haven't been able to make an exhaustive list of cool stuff on the web relating to mathematical fiber arts other than knitting, and to a lesser extent crochet, because, well, I don't know much about the other fiber arts, mostly.

So I'm not quite sure how to effectively search. Thus, like just about everything else on my pages Gwen Fisher's quilted Cayley tables Elaine Ellison's mathematical quilts pages check out pages 2, 4, 5 in particular.

Mathematical Embroidery Craig Kaplan's triaxial aida cross stitch Wing Mui's simple symmetric square sampler Larry Riddle's space-filling curves and dragon curves and dragon curve tilings and dragon curve lace and pythagorean tree and more fractals Maggi Harriss's tiled cushions Debbie Borkovitz's S 4 temari ball Kiyoko Urata's icosahedral temari balls William Mitchell's Pascal's Triangle Lisa Shier and Doug Dunham's hyperbolic Fish Pattern 5,3.

The Home of Mathematical Knitting sarah-marie's mathematical knitting pages and mathematical fiber arts pages.

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Conference Sessions and Books Carolyn Yackel and sarah-marie belcastro co-organized three mathematics conference sessions, each of which included a sequence of talks and a mathematical fiber arts exhibit. Crafting by Concepts is based on the Special Session.

Figuring Fibers is based on the Special Session. YouTube recording of much of the talk, in four parts Mary reviews some of her educational projects that expose the mathematical thinking embedded in practical knitting and sewing and weaving and Hugh Griffiths, Fall , Geometric Knitting. Amy talks about how gauge and appropriate increasing combine to design a proper circle, and applies her methodology to discover and fix a mathematical flaw in Elizabeth Zimmerman's Pi Shawl.

Amanda Redlich, Spring , Knitting Knerdery.