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Kelly B
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Posted - 11/23/2009 :  07:20:10 AM  Show Profile Send Kelly B a Private Message  Reply with Quote
This was mentioned in Discover Magazine this month. My favorites are the frog and the phytoplankton.


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susan14_23
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Posted - 11/23/2009 :  12:12:09 PM  Show Profile Send susan14_23 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Neat! Thanks for sharing this. I think my favorite is the coral reef.

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Ratbag
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Posted - 11/23/2009 :  12:18:22 PM  Show Profile Send Ratbag a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I've seen a couple of those before, but I think my favourites are the phytoplankton and the coral reef.

Sandra
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lella
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Posted - 11/23/2009 :  3:49:25 PM  Show Profile Send lella a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Frog, Brain and Hyperbolic space. Love this stuff! thank you, Kelly!

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midnightskyfibers
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Posted - 11/30/2009 :  2:20:16 PM  Show Profile  Visit midnightskyfibers's Homepage Send midnightskyfibers a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I always love seeing the different hyperbolic things people have done!

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minh
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Posted - 11/30/2009 :  8:01:58 PM  Show Profile  Visit minh's Homepage Send minh a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I love the creatures from the sea foam!

For those of you who like knitted hyperbolic surfaces, have a look at Making Mathematics with Needlework. I only flipped through my copy but intend to spend some quiet time with it soon.
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Clara
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Posted - 12/01/2009 :  07:58:31 AM  Show Profile  Visit Clara's Homepage Send Clara a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Love it! My sister-in-law has already requested a periodic table of elements sweater. I'm hoping she'll settle for a hat...

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Kelly B
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Posted - 12/01/2009 :  4:14:16 PM  Show Profile Send Kelly B a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Perhaps if it's a Klein bottle version?

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lucienh
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Posted - 12/03/2009 :  12:31:01 PM  Show Profile Send lucienh a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I don't think I'm ready for the book on making math (thanks, Minh), but I would love to take the class that that's the textbook for.

New blog, not about knitting, but I bet it keeps sneaking in: http://greenbananascancerblog.blogspot.com/
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Gibson Girl
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Posted - 12/07/2009 :  12:08:10 PM  Show Profile  Visit Gibson Girl's Homepage Send Gibson Girl a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I took part in a local hyperbolic crochet coral reef in Scottsdale this past year. It was so intersting to see how others really took off and make a lot of different sea critters and forms. I believe it will travel around a bit. Do see the main coral reef project if you have the chance. It's incredible.
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Punctuatedknitter
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Posted - 12/07/2009 :  7:05:23 PM  Show Profile Send Punctuatedknitter a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The zooplankton are just lovely. There is a knitted rat dissection at Craftzine similar to the frog dissection. I'm making it with some co-workers (we're biologists).
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