Mosaic knitting, a relatively new form of two-color knitting, has become popular because it is easier for the knitter than most traditional forms of color work. The price of this ease is an unusual set of restrictions on color placement for the…

14 tiles consisting of hexagons with 0 to 6 equilateral triangles attached on their edges can be cut from card stock provided to solve the large collection of puzzle figures presented. Five colors, each tile shape is unique with one mirror pair.…

In anticipation of G4G14, I undertook the mathematical art project of using itajime shibori to dye hundreds of handkerchiefs so that each participant could receive a unique such handkerchief in his or her gift bag. The handkerchiefs represent six of…

Inspired by the Pythagorean Tree in a plane, I stitched the Sakura Pythagorean Tree on a temari ball of diameter 58 cm. This Pythagorean tree has order five and begins with a square of side 5 cm. Upon the first square I constructed two squares to…

The gift will be a number of cut-out pages to create a rep-tile tangram: A tangram shape that is made from tangram shapes, that are made from tangram shapes.

This is a cute graphical computing device which finds the roots of a quadratic polynomial. Stretch the (included) string between two scales representing the coefficients of the polynomial, and it tells you the roots! This device is based on an…

Two rectangular sheets that filter light according to polarization- with a twist. Rotating the two sheets ninety degrees with respect to each other results in all light blocked as expected, but flipping over a sheet also gives a similar result. Does…

I am making paper flexagons with Penrose patterns on them to illustrate the patterns. My stuff touches three things from Martin Gardner, Flexagons, Penrose Tiles, and Polyominos (the classification system for tetraflexagons is based on these with a…