dogfoster wrote:I love to make origami things, though stopped because I had zillions of little paper things everywhere. There is a lot to be said about origami. For one thing it teaches you patience! Also, to read a step and read the step after that to see how you get there. I find that helpful in figuring out crochet patterns.Also lots about math. Anyway I found and made a pair of "origami" Turkish socks, (Lots of seaming I didn't like for socks) and I did have potholder pattern that had so many stitches bunched in loop that it naturally turned and made pretty pinwheel/flower pattern. Then I guess there are mobius cowl/scarf designs I have never tried. I have made myself a neck warmer that I really need using short row crochet technique and that has a natural flow/curl to it to make it functional and interesting.
Anyone else have a favorite pattern that is interesting where the stitches/pattern lend themselves to the overall fit or function of the pattern versus seaming and sewing different flat pattern pieces together?
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