Mathematical Quilts

Elaine Krajenke Ellison is a retired math teacher who makes quilts. Her patterns represent math concepts in a beautiful way.
Quilts serve as a visual introduction to mathematical concepts that allows students to explore mathematics as they gain geometric insights. My quilts will engage the viewer in mathematical visualization, helping to further the role of problem solving.

The quilt pictured is called Clifford Torus. Link -via Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories

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This is one of those times, where, people have been making quilts forever...but one person makes quilts that are different, have a good concept, and they are so much cooler than any quilt I've ever seen.
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