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Math and Weaving

Computers and Looms
What do they have in common?

Old Computers
A photo gallery of old looms and computers found at the British Museum in London.

Algebraic Expressions as
Design Elements

Lana Schneider discusses the use of algebra as a design element in textiles.

Artlandia
Artlandia software creates graphic designs and patterns from your recipe.

Woven Rope
Friezes

Mathematical shapes and symmetry are displayed in woven rope patterns.

Complex Weavers Study Group
Weavers turn to the fertile field of mathematics to enrich their ideas for cloth as
weaving embodies many mathematical ideas and poses interesting and non-trivial
problems.

Plane Patterns –
Mathematics & the Liberal Arts

Analysis of symmetry can be helpful in understanding archaeological art and how it
relates to the development of patterns in textiles.

Weaving Looms – EBay Watch

 

Ebay Finds

CLEAR BRAIDED EXPANDABLE FLEX SLEEVE WIRING HARNESS LOOM FLEXABLE WIRE COVER - Current price: $5.50

Authentic Knitting Board with Peg Extenders, 28-Inch - Current price: $54.73

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