Photographs from the Exhibit accompanying the AMS Special Session on Mathematics and Mathematics Education in Fiber Arts

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Amy Szczepanski's dihedral quilt...
Amy Szczepanski's dihedral quilt...
parial zoom on Amy Szczepanski's dihedral quilt
parial zoom on Amy Szczepanski's dihedral quilt
identity panel in Amy's dihedral quilt
identity panel in Amy's dihedral quilt (see the coset topstitching?)
Exhibit table left front
Exhibit table left front
Janice Ewing's Pythagorean mini-quilt
Janice Ewing's Pythagorean mini-quilt
Miyuki Kawamura's crocheted skeletons of platonic solids
Miyuki Kawamura's crocheted skeletons of platonic solids
Miyuki Kawamura's crocheted Menger's Sponge, one iteration.
Miyuki Kawamura's crocheted Menger's Sponge, one iteration.
Mary Shepherd's counted threadwork sampler
Mary Shepherd's counted threadwork sampler
Claire Irving's surfaces
Claire Irving's surfaces
Claire Irving's knitted Boy's Surface
Claire Irving's knitted Boy's Surface
Claire Irving's crocheted Steiner's Roman surface
Claire Irving's crocheted Steiner's Roman surface
Jake Wildstrom's crocheted Sierpinski blanket
Jake Wildstrom's crocheted Sierpinski blanket
A closeup of the pattern on Jake Wildstrom's blanket
A closeup of the pattern on Jake Wildstrom's blanket
a closeup of the pattern in Jake Wildstrom's blanket
a closeup of the pattern in Jake Wildstrom's blanket
general Jake crocheting instructions here.
Daina Taimina's display
Daina Taimina's display
A variegated hyperbolic plane, crocheted by Daina
A variegated hyperbolic plane, crocheted by Daina
(instructions are in Experiencing Geometry)
Daina Taimina's wildly variegated projective plane (I love these colors!)
Daina Taimina's wildly variegated projective plane (I love these colors!)
the Lorenz manifold, crocheted by Carolyn Yackel.  The excess wire at bottom left indicates someone's been fiddling with it.
the Lorenz manifold, crocheted by Carolyn Yackel using instructions in the pictured Intelligencer. The excess wire at bottom left indicates someone's been fiddling with it.
Carolyn Yackel's crocheted Lorentz manifold, in a position as close as possible to the proper mounted position
Carolyn Yackel's crocheted Lorentz manifold, in a position as close as possible to the proper mounted position
A preprint of the designers' article in the Intelligencer is available here.
Excellently, Carolyn finished mounting it later!-- see here and here.
Josh's blackwork display in context; note his note.
Josh's blackwork display in context; note his note.

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