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Spontaneously drawing a squiggly line on a piece of paper often possesses a meditative quality. A squiggly line suggests the middle-ground between direction and exploration: You may know where you need to go, but not how to get there. The squiggle can be seen imitated throughout the natural and the man-made world. The meandering pattern is theorized as being a natural flow design, whether that flow be rivers, energy, or human populations.  

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Meandering forms are replicated through knit structure, stimulating movement and flow throughout the fabric. Bubbles and stripes are explored through fiber manipulation techniques to achieve varying degrees of tactility through “bubbling out” forms.

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