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The numbers of the Fibonacci sequence are widely found in nature and the relationship between them produces proportions that our human brains find especially attractive. It is no surprise, then, that they are also much used by designers in many fields. Two easy ways to introduce the Fibonacci numbers into weave design are as the basis for stripes or for shading between two colors.

Designs for Weaving With the Fibonacci numbers

Discover two easy ways to introduce the Fibonacci numbers into weave design as the basis for stripes or for shading between two colors. A FREE tutorial!

Halvdräll [4S, 4T] I love the nice clean lines found so frequently in Swedish weaving! Elegance is in the simplicity.

View weaving draft - Halvdräll, created by Grethe. Find various weaving drafts designed by members of Weavolution.

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Discover two easy ways to introduce the Fibonacci numbers into weave design as the basis for stripes or for shading between two colors. A FREE tutorial!

Designs for Weaving With the Fibonacci numbers

colours ****** Discover two easy ways to introduce the Fibonacci numbers into weave design as the basis for stripes or for shading between two colors. A FREE tutorial!

1922-24 (Ausschnitt), Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, Foto: Markus Hawlik. Benita Koch-Otte studied at the Bauhaus. Until 1925, she was initially a student here and then an employee of the weaving workshop. Together with Gunta Stölzl, Benita Koch-Otte was among the most gifted female students of the weaving mill at the Bauhaus.

Benita Koch-Otte was among the most gifted female students of the weaving mill at the Bauhaus.

Color Thief...drag your photo to screen and the colors in photo are selected ... a great idea for coordinating by color.

Mother of All Yarn Calculations LIVE Useful tool for calculating yarn needed for aproject.

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