One of the best parts of exploring the wide world of mathematics is that it’s so easy to get inspired to create, construct, and do! We hope that Math Munch helps you to get going on mathematical projects that excite you. We’ve created this Readers’ Gallery to be a space where we’ll feature the mathematical work of our readers.
To submit your creation to the gallery, just send us an email! (firstname.lastname@example.org). Be sure to let us know how you’d like us to identify you—maybe your full name, maybe your first name, maybe your age or grade or location or occupation.
Wow how did you make that? 😀
isn’t it cool
thats so cool how do you that
I like it the way it is formed by the cloth it must of been hard making that is there a post where you show how to make it
Thanks, you can read how I made it in the two blog posts that are linked under the picture. There was some trial and error and I had a “what works in theory doesn’t work in practice” moment or two, but it was fun. I based the design on this design from a knitting website: http://www.woollythoughts.com/afghans/pursuit.html
These are all amazing! How did you make these?
That’s very interesting I could never do that even if I could knit.
Perhaps, but you’ll never know unless you try! 🙂
that is something i want to try
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Those are soooo cool ❤
I'm totally going to try that….at least the drawing XD
That’s great, Anna! Whatever you make, we’d love it if you’d share it with us.
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was this really hard for you?
how long did this take you?
was it fun doing it or did u find it boring?
how long was the process?
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Lily Ross is in my math class.
The fabric art is so interesting. I am into doing projects with fabric in general so this really caught my eye! Are there any particular math thereoms and/or ideas involved in creating this art?
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