My dog is really into hyperbolic space. Maisie’s favorite toy these days is a little model of a pseudosphere I crocheted using the guidance found in A Field Guide to Hyperbolic Space by Margaret Wertheim (and with a little extra guidance from tips found at Lion Brand). Creating crocheted mathematical models of non-Euclidean space was
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Here I am, wearing my newly crocheted Cold Shoulders capelet. The pattern’s by Laurie Rossbach, and it’s available in Debbie Stoller’s Stitch ‘n Bitch Crochet: The Happy Hooker. This is the largest item I’ve made by crochet so far, and I had a blast making it.
I also had fun wearing it on
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This weekend I went to Philadelphia to celebrate with a friend who’s having a baby in December. To honor this new mother and baby, two friends and I secretly labored over the past couple of months to knit and crochet a variety of squares in matching yarns. We then attached the squares using
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