Words cannot describe how amazed I am by these unbelievable crochet Projects! While perusing the internet for ideas about cool crochet projects , I came across the words “Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef”. So, of course, I was perplexed and interested. I clicked on this link and it directed me to an amazing website! Here, I learned that two sisters, who actually lived near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, wanted to recreate different aspects of beautiful coral reefs.
Below are some amazing pictures of the projects, but to learn more about the history of this project, click here. To learn how to get involved in their project and make your own unique Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef, click here. To read about the creation stories of the different reefs, click here.
Enjoy, marvel at, and obsess over these next pictures because they are surely exceptional and gorgeous!
Daina Taimina, a former mathematics teacher, creates amazing hyperbolic crochet projects.
A Hyperbolic Crochet interpretation of the Föhr Reef.
A Toxic Reef made completely out of plastic
A really colorful coral reef design filled with coral and cacti.
If you want to make sea critters, creatures, plants, and seashells but not in such a complicated manner, try out this Maggie’s Crochet Book:
75 Seashells Fish Coral & Colorful Marine Life to Knit & Crochet- NM160782
If you like this post you’ll really like this one: “SPUN” at the Denver Art Museum
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