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Hi - is it possible to generate some kind of pattern out of different numbers of colour. To illustrate my problem..... I was making bunting for my daughter's bedroom. I had four colours - 32 of one, 18 each of two different colours, 15 of another. What I wanted to do was create some kind of pattern so that no two colours were next to each other and that there was some kind of even-ness to their distribution. Clearly regularity would be unlikely, but I was sure there was some kind of formula that might achieve a kind of pattern.
This calculator would be of help I think to many people who sew - often they are constructing patchwork quilts out of scrap bits of fabric and this would help them find the most efficient way of using their scraps.
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