She’s since abandoned crocheting and afghans entirely, but she’s still fascinated with geometry and tesselations. In the center of this shelf is a fragment from a recent studio project using cardboard dodecahedrons. “I turned a whole room of my studio into a geometric cave,” she says. “I got really obsessed and kept on going, but by the end it took me so long I was sick of it. I was like, I’m tearing it all down! I need my studio back!”
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She’s since abandoned crocheting and afghans entirely, but she’s still fascinated with geometry and tesselations. In the center of this shelf is a fragment from a recent studio project using cardboard dodecahedrons. “I turned a whole room of my studio into a geometric cave,” she says. “I got really obsessed and kept on going, but by the end it took me so long I was sick of it. I was like, I’m tearing it all down! I need my studio back!