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**Weaving**

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[29] Thomas, R.S.D. Isonemal Prefabrics with No Axes of Symmetry. available on the arXiv.

sarah-marie belcastro, You Do the Math. KnitNet, Winter 2001.

Brenda Dayne, Geek chic. Interweave Knits Fall 2003 pp.68--71+118. Now freely available online.

Mary Griffith, Wear Your Own Theory; A Beginner's Guide to Random Knitting. New Scientist, March 26, 1987, pp. 69--70.

Janice Hornicek, Color By Numbers. knitsimple, Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 22--25.

Debbie New, Celluar Automaton Knitting. Knitter's Magazine Number 49, Winter 1997, pp. 82--83.

Meg Swanson, Rita Buchanan, Möbius and Möbius II. Knitter's Magazine Winter 1991, pages 38 and 49.

Margaret Wertheim, Crocheting the Hyperbolic Plane: An Interview with David Henderson and Daina Taimina. Cabinet: A Quarterly Magazine of Art & Culture Issue 16, Winter 2004. The article is available online here. (There are lots of articles which feature Daina's work, but this is the best one available online.)

(There must be more than just these. If you know of any other articles, either academic or non-, please send me references...)