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Interesting stripes using the number Pi

Interesting stripes using the number Pi

Interesting Stripes Sequence

Back in June I finished a cool pair of socks using the number Pi as a means to devellop an interesting stripe sequence. I realize that the explanation on what I did and how Pi is involved might have been a bit cryptic. A couple of people have asked questions about it over time so this entry is supposed to clear up some questions and make up something that at least loosely resembles a pattern. That way I can even put it up on Ravelry as a pattern ;o)

Directions for the striped socks can now be found under „My patterns“.

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