02 – Right and Left Handed Rotation

Each woven interaction produces its

rotational complement. Just as the individual

crossings of filaments have their helical axes so

each square in a plain weave has its

opposite. Each cell’s neighbors are its

mirror form like alternate squares on a

chess board.

In three-way weaving, hexagons

alternate with triangles. The weave can

be set in two distinct forms like right and

left-handed gloves. If the hexagons are

constructed clockwise the triangles are

counterclockwise and vice versa.

Left hexagon, right triangle

Right hexagon, left triangle