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Influenza H1N1 woven throw. The complete genome of the H1N1 influenza strain, translated into a colorful woven mosaic, where each pixel represents the coding for a single amino acid. Translation
Nucleotides are assigned binary values:
T=11 Every three nucleotides is assigned to a pixel (2-bits per RGB channel).
La vertiente científica del punto, el ganchillo y el bordado / Glitch Textiles: http://glitchtextiles.com/collections/infected-blankets/products/ib-h1h1-jw
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Flu Attack! How A Virus Invades Your Body
Electron mircrograph of an influenza virus particle, or virion
hex quilt - this may be the only quilt I've ever actually liked.... considering learning how to quilt (lightly considering... but nonetheless)
! circle quilt Mom, you think I could learn to do this someday? Maybe a few lessons on my machine when you and daddy come out?
amazing. thinking about learning how to quilt and making one that says keep calm and love chi o :D
me plus you quilt by kelly mccaleb, via Flickr. i love the aqua - it's like navy that has yellowed and faded.
DIY = Scrap Jersey Fabric + Lace Scrap + Sewing Machine. Could fit this to my head and eliminate the horrible headaches I get!
pretty brick quilt. I love the white sashing between -- it makes it much more modern, somehow.
The easiest quilt you will ever make! Ragtop quilt using a jelly roll. No cutting fabric - yay!
Stamping with styrofoam.
love the colour scheme!! (Modern Meadow quilt by freshlypieced) pieced backing?
modern quilt - triangles