Work in process or under review is not listed here.

Edge-Kempe-equivalence graphs of class 1 *k*-regular graphs, with R. Haas, *Australasian J. Combinatorics* 69(2) (2017), 197--214. .

Small snarks and 6-chromatic triangulations on the Klein bottle, *Australasian J. Combinatorics*, 65(3) (2016), 232--250. (open access)

An Elementary Computation of the Conway Polynomial for (*m*,3)
and
(*m*,4) Torus Links, with D. Rowland, *Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing*, 96 (February 2016), 159--170.

Triangle-free Uniquely 3-Edge Colorable Cubic Graphs, with R. Haas, *Contributions to Discrete Math.* 10(2) (2015), 39--44. (open access)

Counting edge-Kempe-equivalence classes for 3-edge-colored cubic
graphs,
with R. Haas, *Discrete Mathematics*, 325 (28 June 2014), 77--84. (find it on the arXiv)

1-factor Covers of Regular Graphs, with M. Young, *Discrete
Applied
Mathematics*, 159(5) March 2011, 281--287. (open archive)

Grünbaum Colorings of Toroidal Triangulations, with M. O.
Albertson,
H. Alpert, and R. Haas, *Journal
of Graph
Theory, *63(1) January 2010, 68--81. (find it on the arXiv)

Every Topological Surface Can Be Knit: A Proof, * Journal
of
Mathematics and the Arts, *3(2) June 2009, 67--83.

Families of Dot-Product Snarks on Orientable Surfaces of Low
Genus, with J. Kaminski, *Graphs
and
Combinatorics.* 23(3) June 2007, 229--240.

Modelling the Folding of Paper into Three Dimensions, with T.C.
Hull. *Linear
Algebra and
Its Applications*. 348 (2002), 273--282. (open archive)

Picard Lattices of Families of K3 Surfaces, *Communications
in Algebra.* 30(1) , 61--82 (2002). (find it on the arXiv)

A Mathematical Model for Non-Flat Origami, with T.C. Hull, in *Origami3:
Third
International Meeting of Origami, Science, Mathematics and
Education*,
A K Peters, Ltd. (2002), 39--51. (also appears in the Japanese
edition; not all
papers were included.)

Classifying Frieze Patterns Without Using Groups, with T.C. Hull.
*The College
Mathematics
Journal*, 33(2) March 2002, 93--98.

Counting Centralizers in Finite Groups, with G. J. Sherman. *Mathematics
Magazine *67
(1994), 366--374.

Counting Centralizers in Finite Groups, with G. J. Sherman, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Technical Report Series, Mathematics, MS TR 91-04

Ask Questions to Encourage Questions Asked, *PRIMUS*, 27(2), 2017, 171--178.

Do the Twist! (on polygon-base boxes), with T. Veenstra, *The College Math. J.*, 47(5) November 2016, 340--345.

Symmetric Colorings of Polypolyhedra, with T. Hull, *Origami ^{6} 1: Mathematics*, AMS (2015), 21--31.

*Student Handbook for Discrete Mathematics with Ducks: SRRSLEH (Student Reference, Review, Supplemental Learning, and Example Handbook)*, A K Peters/CRC Press 2015.

Adventures
in
Mathematical Knitting. *American Scientist*, 101(2),
March-April
2013, 124--133; reprinted in *The Best Writing on
Mathematics 2014*,
Ed. Mircea Pitici, Princeton University Press, pp. 128--143.

*Discrete Mathematics with Ducks*, textbook,
A K Peters (2012).

The Continuing Saga of Snarks. *The College Math. J.*,
43(1) January
2012, 82--87; reprinted in *Martin Gardner in the Twenty-First
Century*,
ed. Michael Henle and Brian Hopkins (2012), 65--71.

Cutting Space into Regions with Four Planes. Wolfram Demonstrations Project

Dancing Mathematics and the Mathematics of Dance, with K. Schaffer. *Math Horizons*, February
2011, pp. 16--20. reprinted in *The Best Writing on Mathematics 2012*,
Ed. Mircea Pitici, Princeton University Press, pp. 79--92.

*Crafting by Concepts*, book
edited with
C. Yackel, A K Peters (2011).

*Generalized Helix Striping*, chapter

*Group Actions in Cross-stitch*, chapter with M. Shepherd
and C. Yackel

*Spherical Symmetries of Temari*, chapter with C. Yackel

Constructing Regular *n*-gonal Twist Boxes, with T. Veenstra,
*Origami ^{4}*, A K Peters (2009), 41--49.

*Knitting
Hyperbolic Pants*, Wolfram Demonstrations Project.

The Seven-Colored Torus: mathematically interesting and nontrivial to
construct, with C. Yackel, pp. 25–32 in *Homage to a Pied
Puzzler*, ed. by Ed Pegg, Jr., Alan H. Schoen, and Tom Rodgers, A K Peters
(2009).

A Conversation with Erik Demaine, with T. Hull, *Math Horizons* February
2009.

(K)Not cables, braids, with A. Szczepanski and C. Yackel Mitt. Dtsch. Math.-Ver. 16 (2008), no. 1, 26–34.

(K)Not cables, braids, with A. Szczepanski and C. Yackel EMS newsletter, Issue 70, December 2008, pp. 19–25.

*Making
Mathematics
with Needlework*, book edited with C. Yackel, A K Peters (2007).

*Introduction* (survey of the field), with C. Yackel

*Only Two Knit Stitches Can Create a Torus*, chapter

*(K)Not Cables, Braids*, chapter with A. Szczepanski and
C. Yackel

*Stop Those Pants!*, chapter with C. Yackel

About Knitting, with C. Yackel, *Math Horizons* November 2006, pp.
24-27+39.

To include more students, don't focus on contests---prepare for
mathematics!, February 2004 *Mathematics Teacher*,
Vol. 97 Issue 2, 84--86.

Interpretations of Feminist Philosophy of Science by Feminist
Physical
Scientists, with J. M. Moran, *NWSA Journal*,
15 (1)
Spring 2003, 20--33.

The Devil is in the Culture: Why You Should Read The Number Devil and other
Musings on Mathematical Education and Culture, with A.Howard, *Math Horizons* November 2002,
16--20 +29.

Active Learning in Abstract Algebra: An Arsenal of Techniques, with L.
Burton and M. McDermott, in *Innovations in Teaching Abstract
Algebra*, MAA Notes 60, MAA, 2002, 3--9.

A Teaching Discussion Group in Your Department---It Can Happen,
with D. Shaw
and D. Thiessen, *College
Teaching*. 50 (1),Winter 2002, 29--33.

The Cantor Set Contains 1/4? Really?, with M. Green, *The College Mathematics
Journal*, 32 (1) 2001, 60--61.

Quick Craft—Modified Circular Needles, CRAFT: magazine, vol. 1, issue 2, Winter 2007.

What Will They Do This Summer?, with M. Bernstein, FOCUS May/June 2005, 29.

Book Review: *Feminist Science Studies: A New Generation*, AWM
Newsletter, 32 (4) July-August 2002, 7 - 12.

You Do the Math, KnitNet feature article, November 2001

Finding your Second Job: A Summary, with M. Prophet, *FOCUS* May/June
2000

Finding your Second Job, with M. Prophet, *Concerns of Young
Mathematicians*,Vol. 8, Issue 2, February 2000

Commentary: The Job Market vs. the Employment Center, in *Concerns of
Young Mathematicians*,Volume 8, Issue 2, February 2000