The Algorithmically Morphing Scarf / Fabienne

Fabienne made this stunning Algorithmically Morhping Scarf, based on software by Laura Kogler, on her hacked Brother KH930 Electronic Knitting Machine!

Fresh off the knitting machine is this algorithmically morphing scarf with a pattern that changes by one pixel in each repeat. The software was made by Laura Kogler and used by me with the hacked Brother KH930 I currently have. Laura Kogler’s pattern generator script is meant for mosaic knitting but I knit it as a standard two color fair isle pattern on my KH930.

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