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Half Persian 3 Sheet 5-in-1
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I used 1 ring size for this tutorial: WD=1.0 mm / ID=5.0 mm (AR of 5)
Step 1: Make a Half Persian 3-in-1 chain.
Step 2: Put a single ring through the marked rings (red and yellow).
The result should look like this picture.
Step 3: Repeat step 2 until the row is complete. The last ring is hanging in only 1 ring, because it is the end of the chain.
Step 4: Pull the next ring through the "eye", which is formed by the yellow-marked rings and through the ring which is marked in red.
This is what your weave looks like, if you're not starting at the edge of your row.
This is what your weave looks like, if you are starting at the edge of your row.
Step 5: Repeat step 4 until the row is complete. You have now woven a HP 3 Sheet 5-in-1 with two rows.
Step 1: Put a single ring through the marked rings (red and yellow). Before you close the ring, hang 2 already closed rings in the new one.
The result should look like this picture. It is important that the two rings a are positioned like in the picture.
Step 2: The next ring has to be pulled through the yellow and the red "eye". (The yellow eye is needed to lengthen the HP 3-in-1-chain and the red eye to extend the sheet.)
Your weave should look like this:
Step 3: Add a single ring to the one which you added in step 2. You now have 3 rings in the row at the lower edge of your weave. It is important that the right-most ring is positioned like in the picture.
Step 4: You can also do steps 2 and 3 in one single step. First put a closed ring on an open one. And then proceed with step 2.
Step 5: Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have reached the end of the row. You have now woven a HP 3 Sheet 5-in-1 with two rows - again.
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