It was way back in July of last year when I reported to you all I was working on a 'secret' project. Well, I found out today that the book has been published and I can share the work with you.
Here's a book edited by Sarah-Marie Belcastro and Carolyn Yackel. It's Crafting by Concepts: Fiber Arts and Mathematics.
This was my first attempt at pattern testing. The process was a great experience and I hope to be able to do this again.
AND...Here's the piece
It's a Sierpinski Triangle. This triangle design is named after Polish Mathematician Waclaw Sierpinski. The large blue triangle consists of three smaller triangles, which consist of three smaller triangles, and they consist of...you get the picture. It's pretty cool.
The pattern is simple and yet a bit challenging as the fundamental tatted piece begins with three joined rings.
The final join was a new learning experience for me. You can see how I had to tackle the a recurring twist before proceeding to the larger project.
And, yes, there were 81 ends to hide.
And a close up...