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Curve stitching is a form of string art where smooth curves are created through the use of straight lines. It is taught in many Junior High and High School art classes. I discovered it when my math students started showing me the geometric art they had created. The process of curve stitching can be done with a piece of paper and a ruler, or anything you can make a straight line with. It is common to do these with strings as the lines. Below are a few examples of string art. Here's an inte... Origami, Diy, Thread Art, String Art Patterns, String Crafts, Yarn Art, Printable String Art Patterns, Pattern Art, Pattern
How to Create Parabolic Curves Using Straight Lines
Curve stitching is a form of string art where smooth curves are created through the use of straight lines. It is taught in many Junior High and High School art classes. I discovered it when my math students started showing me the geometric art they had created. The process of curve stitching can be done with a piece of paper and a ruler, or anything you can make a straight line with. It is common to do these with strings as the lines. Below are a few examples of string art. Here's an inte...
Rit Vanschoonbeek 08.006.1 borduren op papier Patchwork, Handarbeit, Grafik, Knutselen, Papier, Book Art, Prego, Projects, Card Art
Rit Vanschoonbeek 08.006.1 borduren op papier
Learn how to create a mini purse design using three pot holders made with a Weaving Loom. Crochet, Art, Pot Holders, Potholder Loom, How To Make Purses, Potholder Patterns, Purse Crafts, Loom Craft, Potholders
Pot Holder Purse - Craft Project Ideas
Learn how to create a mini purse design using three pot holders made with a Weaving Loom.
ALL directions are subject to fabric variances, (thickness, stretchiness, weave, etc) and you can change measurements etc to suit your fabric.... Yarns, Upcycling, Amigurumi Patterns, Knifty Knitter
make your own POTHOLDER LOOPS from t-shirts Click on "View as slideshow" on the right >>
ALL directions are subject to fabric variances, (thickness, stretchiness, weave, etc) and you can change measurements etc to suit your fabric....