# fibonacci / golden ratio

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This is a detail from a Mandala design by a dear continuing Sacred Geometry student Christianna Kreiss. Since taking her first class, Christianna continues to create lots of beautiful Mandalas, Rose windows and other designs. Check out examples of works that the students have created over the past Sacred Geometry class sessions. I've kept their works as anonymous to respect their privacy. Enjoy! AA1o

I am thrilled to have Teri Lucas as our October FMQ Expert, for the 2012 Free Motion Quilting Challenge and delighted t...

Commonly found in nature, the well-known shape of the golden spiral is a unique form but can be sketched nicely using the elements of the Fibonacci sequence. It is fairly simple to draw, and can be quite beautiful when done correctly....

Golden Ruler Grid™ If you have a printer and transparencies, you can print the “Golden Ruler”© grid below and use it to see the golden section and phi in various objects. Simply hold the transparency in front of you and match the lines up to the object to see if its design is based on […]

True Sunflower, Helianthus annuus - Plant information. Healthy Home Gardening, Pictures, Video and Information about True Sunflower.

CUBAN LAND SNAIL SHELLS or CANDY SNAILS more vibrant when the snail is alive (of course), still, pretty cool breezingby: respektlos: abrahammx: (via bigcon, photographmusic)

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FREE SHIPPING TO USA A FAVORITE OF CRAFTERS AND ARTISTS OVER 3000 ILEXOPACA PHI CALIPERS SHIPPED WORLD-WIDE SINCE 2008 The Golden Ratio: 1.000000 to 1.618034 or 0.618034 to 1.000000 This Fibonacci Gauge holds constant the "Golden Ratio" and takes the math out of creating pleasingly proportioned Art and Craft items. I make each gauge individually, using apple wood, metal hardware, and Danish oil finish. Apple wood is a wonderful medium for this tool, because it is…

quilt by award winning quilt artist Caryl Bryer Fallert, Bryerpatch Studio Gallery, Paducah KY

Illustration showing succession of golden rectangles that are used to construct the golden spiral. Two quantities are considered to be in the golden ratio if (a+ b)/a = a/b which is represented by the Greek letter phi. Each rectangle shown is subdivided into smaller golden rectangles. The golden spiral is a special type of logarithmic spiral. Each part is similar to smaller and larger parts.

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