tesselace-to-gf

TesseLace pair diagrams to thread diagrams with GroundForge

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TesseLace Index

The grounds that appear in the TesseLace index are the result of research by Veronika Irvine and were generated using the TesseLace algorithm. Some of these grounds are familiar, traditional grounds. Others have not been found in known catalogues and are likely new.

In the following tables,

  • click on the image to see thread and pair diagrams in GroundForge,
  • click on txt to download a template file for use with the bobbin lace plugins for Inkscape,
  • click on svg to move intersection positions around.

Families of patterns are variations of the same pattern with modified pin positions. Note: Currently, GroundForge does not support pin positions therefore the thread diagrams for all members of a family look the same.

Traditional Grounds

See note 5 of the sampler by G. Whiting for a few more families of patterns.

Cloth family

SVG

2x1_1
2x1_1.txt
2x1_3
2x1_3.txt
3x1_1
3x1_1.txt
5x1_20
5x1_20.txt

Diamond family

SVG

2x2_3
2x2_3.txt
1x1_1
1x1_1.txt
1x2_1
1x2_1.txt
1x3_1
1x3_1.txt
1x4_2
1x4_2.txt
1x5_1
1x5_1.txt
1x5_2
1x5_2.txt
1x5_3
1x5_3.txt
3x2_26
3x2_26.txt
3x3_19
3x3_19.txt
3x3_107
3x3_107.txt
4x2_120
4x2_120.txt
4x2_170
4x2_170.txt
4x4_33
4x4_33.txt
4x4_93
4x4_93.txt

See also:

Kat or Paris family

SVG

kat
kat.txt
2x4_8
2x4_8.txt
2x4_18
2x4_18.txt
2x4_28
2x4_28.txt
2x4_29
2x4_29.txt
2x4_49
2x4_49.txt
2x4_85
2x4_85.txt
2x4_86
2x4_86.txt
2x4_93
2x4_93.txt
2x4_96
2x4_96.txt
R3M3_6x6_1
R3M3_6x6_1.txt

See also:

Close cousin:

2x2_5
2x2_5.txt - svg

Rose family

SVG

rose
rose.txt
4x4_25309
4x4_25309.txt
4x4_117397
4x4_117397.txt
4x4_117301
4x4_117301.txt

See also:

Close cousins:

4x4_56
4x4_56.txt - svg
4x4_71
4x4_71.txt - svg
4x4_102
4x4_102.txt - svg
4x4_105
4x4_105.txt - svg
4x4_106
4x4_106.txt - svg
4x4_19737
4x4_19737.txt - svg
4x4_22317
4x4_22317.txt - svg

Bias family

SVG

3x3_248
3x3_248.txt
4x2_97
4x2_97.txt
4x3_267
4x3_267.txt

See also:

Non-traditional grounds

The non-traditional grounds have been grouped based on the size of the largest hole in the ground.