Cindy's Ionic Bangle
Toroidal Space
by Cynthia Newcomer Daniel
Paso Robles, California

Cindy says, "This is what happens when you take the Ionic Polyhedra cube, warp one side by using 4mm beads, and stack them. The title is what happened when I googled 'math name for donut' and explored the links provided. I love weird math, even when I don't understand it." Cindy never ceases to amaze me.

Find the Ionic Polyhedra pattern and kit on beAd Infinitum's Kits page.

See more of Cynthia Newcomer Daniel's beadwork, and read the stories that she writes to accompany her pieces at JewelryTales.Blogspot.com. Cindy sells beadwork and tutorial on her Etsy site (JewelryTales.Etsy.com) and on her website (JewelryTales.com).

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