So many things to do, so little time…
Hyperbolic crochet was “discovered in 1997 by Cornell University mathematician Dr. Daina Taimina… The basic process for making these forms is a simple pattern or algorithm, which on its own produces a mathematically pure shape, but by varying or mutating this algorithm, endless variations and permutations of shape and form can be produced. The Crochet Reef project thus becomes an on-going evolutionary experiment…”
sM – Several of your children could start a satellite reef on your dining room side board. It would look a lot better than the old Christmas decorations there. Here is a YouTube video for inspiration. And something more mathematical, which I can’t be bothered to read.
I would start a crochet cactus garden if I had time. As it is, I barely have time to water my real cacti, which is probably why they are doing so well. I wouldn’t want them to feel dispensible.
Of course, if I stopped trying to blog, I would have lots of time!
Blogging really is like having penpals in the old days.