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Collection: mathematics + computing
graph paper (76)
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Oh, this would be fun to cut up and sew into implausible shaped stuffed blocks. In a slightly larger scale. Be too fiddly to make stuffed odd shaped dice. :^)
Posted over 2 years ago.
At least you waited until the morning instead of worrying about it overnight! :-D
<br><br>It really is very absurd as graph paper - and that does add to its amusement value. I have a huge collection of graph paper myself, of many different types (other than this!), which I do actually use on occasion. But it's the square inch graph fabric that I've been wearing.
Posted about 4 years ago.
I woke up this morning, thinking " I never commented, and told Sef how much I Iike that graph paper design." Well, I do like it --- a lot. Just seeing it evokes a happy smile. I used to collect graph paper, and had I seen something like this, I would have certainly scooped it up. I particularly like the squares and triangles together, and its improbability increases its attractiveness to me.
I don't really understand the quilting world. However, if someone wanted me to generate a template file for them to stick their own designs into(?), I could do that. I have the maths skills (and custom written software!) for it.
Posted over 4 years ago.
This would make a great template for quilts, especially if it were scaled up a bit!
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