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You can’t mix dyelots? Seriously?? (Plus a Color IQ Quiz)

Okay.  So am I really the only one who has ever fudged the whole dye lot issue and used two different lots of yarn because the colors were the same?  And I mean, only when two lots really look the same.  I’m not kidding. I certainly wouldn’t risk the health …

A Toroidal Knot - Imagine knitting this up with some icord!

A Saga & A Book Review

They sucked me in.  I had no choice.  It was the title: Making Mathematics with Needlework; Edited by Sarah-Marie Belcastro and Carolyn Yackel. And the cover.  Two knitted donuts accompanied by two wooden needles and two balls of yarn.  The symmetry and balance were head turning. Oh yes.  Those toruses …

Torus

Topology for Knitters

Spoilers:  Have you ever wondered why sleeves come in so many shapes?  Why it is possible to take one design and size it from new born to extra-large adult?  Why color charts can be worked flat and circularly?  Why, even though there are sixteen different ways to make knit and …

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