Tag: math is fun

Lace and Genius

Filed in Industry Insight, Skill Building by on February 8, 2016 3 Comments
Lace and Genius

I’m pretty open about the fact that I am a huge fan of Elizabeth Zimmerman. Do you know her? If not, you might find her approach interesting. You might not, and that’s okay. About Elizabeth Zimmerman being influential and unique in her approach, Gwen agrees, but she doesn’t have the same fangirl response to EZ’s words or her designs […]

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The Elegance of Math

Filed in Just Stitches, Skill Building by on March 9, 2015 2 Comments
The Elegance of Math

Yes, it’s another post about math from the right-brained one. How does that happen? It happens because one doesn’t have to be an expert in something to appreciate it. Like music, sports or any other pursuit, knowing enough can actually be, well, enough.

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Just for the Joy

Filed in Point of View by on September 16, 2013 0 Comments
Just for the Joy

Photo by Michele Hubacek via flickr. All of the orange stitches correspond with a prime number, by the way. I try not to impose them on you too much, because sometimes I do worry that my obsession might be unhealthy,  but I can’t resist today. Yes, it’s another TED Talk; and it’s one with the unlikely […]

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