Math Creations That Say Op Art to Me

Ever since I opened my Etsy shop, I’ve gotten obsessed with researching other possibilities for it. And I have to say, I LOVE reading other people’s blogs and seeing projects and getting to know the community more.

I will share other links soon, but I thought these math creations deserved a post all unto themselves. I really love every single project posted here, and the math side of it is fascinating. The fact that Op art is one of my absolute favorite movements, and so many of these pieces look like knitted Op art projects is just simply the cherry on top. Enjoy!

By the way, just a fun little family fact – my husband can solve the Rubik’s cube in a minute or somewhere thereabouts. He taught himself, and says it is all about the math patterns too.🙂

7 thoughts on “Math Creations That Say Op Art to Me

  1. I love Wooly Thoughts – I have 2 of their books! I made a Penrose blanket and started an Octoplush. They were active in the Ravelry group a few years ago, but I haven’t kept up with it; they may still be super active there.

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