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Patterns in Nature and our Body Movement

“Energy moves in waves. Waves move in patterns.  Patterns move in rhythms.  A human being is just that: energy, waves, patterns.  Nothing more, nothing less, a dance. 433 more words

sunday news #26

The fall is back in Quebec with low temperatures brought by the northern winds. So more opportunities to wear cowls and mittens again. It might have influenced my choice of patterns for the week, mostly cowls and wraps. 1,133 more words

Reviews

A Finish At Last! Simplicity

I can’t believe how long its taken me to finish Simplicity 1779-the so called “pussybow blouse”!

I don’t write much about my other life-the one that gardens and looks for work and goes to appointments…..the one that lives in the country in  a farmhouse that needs rehab and the one that takes me at least a half hour drive into the nearest town (an hour to the other) for those appointments/jobs/shopping. 223 more words

Blouse

Largest & Fastest Growing Cities

.. new July 1, 2014 Census Bureau model-based estimates for the U.S. 19,509 incorporated cities show a total population of 200,158,492 compared to 192,191,138 as of Census 2010 (an increase of almost 8 million or 4.14 percent). 519 more words

Knitting Tips & Ideas

Aloha Friends! A new episode to listen to is ready for you! So do enjoy it! And then head back here to read up on the show notes! 302 more words

Chatting W/Mel

Mathematical sculptor/designer: George W. Hart

Whether you call him a research professor or a freelance mathematical sculptor/designer, his sculptures are certainly worth looking into. Like M.C. Escher, he uses mathematics as means to make his idea into objects. 568 more words

Research