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Math Inspired Knitting Patterns

by | Jan 6, 2018 | Featured

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Free Knitting Patterns

Free Knitting Pattern for Summation of i Mitts

Summation of i Mitts

These fingerless arm-warmers have stripes that conform to the formula for the summation of i (between 1 and 9) – the formula used to compute the summation of the integers between 1 and 9. This formula is n(n+1) /2. So the summation of 1 through 9 would be 9 (9+1)/2 = 90/2 = 45. The mitts have 9 blocks of 10 for each of the integers and each block divided in 2 stripes with increasing by 1 row in one color and decreasing in the other color to represent the integer. Adding the rows of each color will give you the summation.2 sizes. Designed by Tasia Block

Free Knitting Pattern for Fibonacci Cables Hat

Fibonacci Cables Hat

This clever beanie features cable in heights that change following the Fibonacci sequence (going backwards from 21 since the hat is knit from the bottom up). Child and Adult sizes. Designed by Maghouin Beg

Free Knitting Pattern for Golden Mean Mitts

Golden Mean Mitts

These fingerless mitts feature the golden mean with spiral on the top and on Fibonacci numbered stripes on the palm. These mitts depict the classic geometric representation of the golden ratio.  From Wikipedia: Two quantities are in the golden ratio if their ratio is the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities. Designed by Buús-Zsohár Anna

Free knitting pattern for Fractal Scarf

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Fractal-Shawl Mandelbrot

Lina Wolf’s fractal wrap / shawl / scarf was designed to honor Benoît B. Mandelbrot who developed fractal geometry and the Mandelbrot set that is partially pictured in this double knit shawl. Lina’s original design included Mandelbrot’s name.

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Free Knitting Pattern for Maths Pencil Case

Math Pencil Case

This zippered bag is decorated with mathematical symbols including pi.

Download the free knitting pattern at Ravelry

Free Knitting Pattern for Negative Space Sierpinski Kerchief

Sierpinski Fractal Shawl

The Negative Space Sierpinski Kerchief is a triangular shawl in the shape of the Sierpinski triangle fractal. Any weight yarn can be used. Designed by Mara K

Free Knitting Pattern for Binary Scarf

Binary Scarf

The perfect gift for the tech lover in your life, this scarf incorporates binary code into stranded colorwork knit as as a tube so the reverse is hidden. You can knit random 1s and 0s or use a binary translator to create a message for your scarf like “I love you” or the recipient’s name. Ravelrers have adapted this pattern to hats, mitts, cowls, baby clothes, and more. Designed by by Christine Dumoulin for Knitty Pictured project by Neetstoo who knit the names of her family in binary in her scarf.

Free Knitting Pattern for Binary Baby Blanket

Binary Baby Blanket

Double knit baby blanket with alphabet in binary code. Designed by Miranda Humphries

Patterns for Purchase

Knitting Pattern for Fibonacci Bunny

Fibonacci Bunny

Fibonacci Bunny is a cute whimsical toy that makes use of the Fibonacci Sequence for the stripes.Fibonacci Bunny is 14 inches tall. Designed by Julie L. Anderson. Pictured project by giraffadae

Knitting Pattern for Mr Pythagoras and Mr Fibonacci Puppets

Mr Pythagoras and Mr Fibonacci Puppets

Mr Fibonacci wears a robe designed to show his well-known sequence, in two directions. He also wears a hat showing the same pattern of numbers. Mr Pythagoras wears an example of his theorem on his front. These were designed with adults in mind but are small enough to also be used by a child. Designed by Woolly Thoughts

Free Knitting Pattern for Fibonacci Cowl

Fibonacci Cowl

The Fibonacci Cowl Class is a 2-color, reversible cowl that can be worn as a loop, doubled as a cowl and also pulled up to be a hooded scarf. The pattern harmoniously blends two colors using the Fibonacci numbering sequence in the row count. 8” wide x 60” in circumference. Designed by yarnhappybeadhappy

Knitting Pattern for Dragon Curve Fractal Scarf

Knitting Pattern for Dragon Curve Fractal Hat

Dragon Curve Fractal Scarf and Hat

The Dragon Curve Fractal is the fractal featured in the chapter headings for Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton and is repeated in this doubleknit scarf and hat. Designed by the Nifty Knitter

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Fibo-optic Afghan / Wall Hanging

Fibo-optic uses the Fibonacci Sequence in two directions, in each of the three dimensions, to give the illusion of a large flying cube.
This design by woollythoughts is nowhere near as complicated to make as you may think. If you can knit garter stitch, you can do it.

Get the knitting pattern for $6.50

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Terry Matz

meTerry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!

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