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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 […]

Weaving Patterns - Rugs

Free weaving patterns and projects for wool rugs, carpets and wall hangings […]

Weaving Drafts and Patterns

“Free weaving patterns, projects, drawdowns, WIF files and drafts. […]

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