Thursday, September 4, 2008

A Practically Hyperbolic Dishcloth







Hyperbolic crochet was first described by Daina Taimina and David Henderson less than a decade ago link,and it's been used to make amazing things ever since link.These dishclothes harness its beauty for a more utilitarian purpose,with a hyperbolic ruffle surrounding a flat center.The result is a lightweight cloth with a large surface area and a tendency to fold itself in your hand just the way you would want it to without any effort at all as exsplained by neatlytangled:)Here are pictures of my first hyperbolic dishcloth it was really fun to crochet:)

4 comments:

Kathy said...

You go Darcy! Lovely crocheting

wildflower38 said...

Cool!!! Makes me want to crochet

Deb said...

It turned out great! Thanks so much for your posts. :)

Krissy said...

Saw it on Ravelry. Very cool.