Knit or crochet afghan or wall-hanging with variations for a cushion or baby blanket.
This afghan/wall-hanging is a representation of a finite field (sometimes known as a Galois field).
It doesn’t matter if you aren’t interested in the Maths because it is a fascinating design that gets more interesting each time you look at it.
At first glance you may see just ‘another arrangement of squares’ … and then you may see a diagonal line going across. Keep looking and you will start to see lots of other things.
What you see first will probably depend on the colours you choose. I tried to find 16 colours to form a ‘rainbow’. You can see them along the sides. You don’t have to use these colours but you should choose 16 noticeably different colours. Another colour is needed for the border. As with all Woolly Thoughts afghan patterns there is a colouring sheet for you to plan your colours.
Any knit or crochet squares could be used. Any yarn can be used.
Not recommended if you don't like joining squares