Back in 2015 I met a math teacher in a group setting, and as a result of some discussions I became interested cellular automata. Since my blog post Fabienne has come a long way. For more information on her progress post her kickstarter see https://knityak.com
My own repeats on the Passap are limited by an early chip and the download happens with a Croucher cable. At present I work out repeats on my mac, share them with an ancient dell. I alter the colors in Gimp for accurate reading by wincrea, download to the console, and save .cuts for future use as well. I am replacing my primary Mac computer, so by next week, it is tbd whether any step in the process will need change. This is my first scarf, produced using a segment of an automata in repeat. When viewed vertically and from a bit of distance there is a movement created by the varied sized shapes that is interesting to me, and that I want to explore further.
9/20/17 My new Mac is here. At present I am designing on the Mac, using a flash drive to transfer the patterns to my ancient Dell laptop, and going on from there. This is the second in the series. It uses the identical yarns to the scarf above, yet because of the colored stitch ratio distribution, looks to be knit using a charcoal shade for color 2
Here are the 2 fabrics side by showing the color contrast, they are air drying after hand washing. The fabric is DBJ, so little blocking is actually needed, but the fiber is wool, and I am testing the waters to see if hand washing the pieces will soften them up a bit