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Hyperbolic hooking

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Yesterday I made this. I have no idea what it is but it was fun just letting it manifest in front of me using hyperbolic crochet principles.

I began with a short  tube of single crochets and  then switched to single crochet increases in each stitch. Waves began to appear much more quickly than before creating a very ruffled effect. The tube was then turned and I worked the other way; experimenting with double crochets in a chain 5 loop, with added Single crochet increases to follow.

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It was nice not having a pattern and just going with my gut.

I’ve now been challenged by Shana Rae to create a dragon with hyperbolic elements… best get my thinking cap on 🙂

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Dipping a toe in a hyperbolic pool

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So last night I began a piece of hyperbolic crochet. Playing around but intrigued by all the amazing organic shapes I’ve seen.

At first my work looked like little more than a disc… (1sc, Inc) repeated over and over. But then the edges began to lift and form rolls. 🙂

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I’m now recieving a steady flow of amazing ideas. Ways I can use these forms in interesting ways 🙂

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Awesome crochet

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I’m going to have to have a go at hyperbolic crochet. There are some amazing examples on pinterest of how how mathematical principles can  modelled through crochet.

Maybe I could create a sort of mobile for a Baby or a hanging sculpture.

This page is full of beautiful hyperbolic crochet from Gabriele Meyers – http://pinterest.com/pin/448741550341775514/

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