• Posted: July 7, 2020
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Hi everyone, I’ve written on this blog for more than a year now. I never acknowledged any anniversary. I started writing in 2018. I did so with much trepidation. I had picked up the URL beautyofmathematics.com but I didn’t know what to do with it. I often thought of passing it on to some organization. […]

  • Posted: July 2, 2020
  • Time to Read: 1 minute
  • Word Count: 266 words
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Three New Mathematical Cross Stitch Patterns

As I say in my bio, I have a mathematical muse. It seems that every few months that I get new ideas for mathematical patterns. I always want to share these new mathematical cross stitch patterns with others. Maths dovetails with so many interesting crafts like knitting, origami, or art. Do you have a favorite […]

  • Posted: April 1, 2020
  • Time to Read: 9 minutes
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15 Creative Mathematical Cross Stitch Patterns for Science Communication and Math Enthusiasts

One of the ways that I self-care is to design mathematical cross stitch patterns. The circumstances we are currently in require that we stay at home and social distance. It is a stressful and uncertain time all around the world. I have an anxiety disorder and depression and staying indoors it is easy to ruminate […]

  • Posted: March 14, 2020
  • Time to Read: 1 minute
  • Word Count: 264 words
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Celebrating Pi(π) Day (Mathematical Cross Stitch)

I recently made a decision in time for Pi(π) Day! I am going to make all my mathematical cross stitch patterns free for download. All except my Pride Flage Euler Identity patterns. I am reserving them for my Etsy shop. That was always my intention to sell those items for people like me who want […]

  • Posted: September 19, 2019
  • Time to Read: 2 minutes
  • Word Count: 456 words
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Celebrating the Life of Alan Turing (Mathematical Cross Stitch Pattern)

I had the pleasure of visiting Bletchley Park this year. The home of the WWII code breakers. I got to see the work and legacy of one of my favorite mathematicians, Alan Turing. What I remember most about Alan Turing from my visit was his Teddy Bear. You see, as an adult Turing bought a […]