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This pattern is inspired by a recent series of watercolors I painted based on 'Knot Theory.' a branch of mathematics that does not actually measure.
This pattern is inspired by a recent series of watercolors I painted based on 'Knot Theory.' a branch of mathematics that does not actually measure. That is my kind of mathematics! Check out my original watercolors at http://www.etsy.com/shop/HelenKlebesadelArt
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And thanks Fireflower too! ;-)
Posted about 4 years ago.
Thank you Rhonda.
You have woven an enchanting design from this intricate network of knots, Helen!
Aha! I see you've already thought of the silk ... I very much like this whole beautiful collection ... and my first thought was the crepe de chine :-) Obviously I didn't stay in math long enough, as I didn't know there WAS a Knot Theory. And here I thought my knitting yarns were just being contrary.
Thanks for your comments on this series Thatswho. I have been using it in the Silk Crepe de Chine and it looks great. BTW, I love your designs too.
Posted over 5 years ago.
wonderful idea, beautiful series!
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