Happy Pi Day! It’s a special one too because today is 3/14/15, which happens to be the first five digits of Pi (3.1415) and if you’re super-into Pi, you know that this post went up at 9:26am, the next three digits (3.1415926)!
Don’t know what the heck I’m on about? Pi is an irrational number relating to the circumference and diameter of a circle. It’s approximately equal to 3.14, though the decimal places are believed to go on forever. You can learn a little more about Pi here, or you can just have fun with the collection of math and Pi-themed knitting and crochet patterns below!
|Pi Family by Alicia Kachmar||Butterfly Pi Shawl by lafarrelly|
|Knit Pie Top for Pi Day by Lorna and Jill Watt, aka Knits for Life||Pi Guy by Ms. Premise-Conclusion|
|Knit Irrational Scarf by Anne Bruvold||Knit Pi Digits Scarf by Christina J|
|Knit Pi Dish Towel by Shannon Servesko||Crochet Amigurumi Pi by Alicia Kachmar|
*Note: Some of these patterns require a Ravelry account. Make sure you are signed up or create a free account to access.