Pattern Puzzle: Q Twist

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To close out the year, I thought another pattern puzzle would be in order. I was halfway tempted to post the solution as well because the solution still begs in depth discussion -I haven’t figured it out yet even though I have the answer.

This process has a proper name as designated by its originator but I regretfully omit it because you could do a search and find it. Actually, you probably could find it anyway but be kind and refrain from linking to it. Not that I wouldn’t discourage you because you would probably have more insight to share when I post part two.

For part two, I hope to hear from the designer as to method and process and also, why it is named as it is.

Until next year then. I hope your holiday is warm and wonderful with those you hold dearest.

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7 Comments on "Pattern Puzzle: Q Twist"


2 years 6 months ago

[…] for your input on this puzzler -quite a […]

Natasha E
2 years 6 months ago

I wonder if the fabric is cut out like a Q then draped.

Renee
2 years 6 months ago

It’s not a zero or minimal waste design method, is it?

Natasha E
2 years 6 months ago

Yeah I’d have to agree with the continous piece of fabric idea. I remember that being an assignment in draping class and most of us loved it so much we draped a dozen of them. So much fun and less restricting in design even though it comes with a big old restriction.

Sabine
2 years 6 months ago

I am looking forward to the solution!