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There are a few different forms of this weave, as it's kind of like a robot in diguise, except it doesn't move on its own. I chose the one that seemed easiest to make a tutorial out of (don't worry, if you jiggle it about a bit, it'll change).
Assemble a collection of twelve 14 gauge 1/4" rings.
Edit - AR of around 4. (Ed- AR looks lower than that- closer to AR of 2.9)
Note: Red rings are newly added. Green rings were added in the previous step. Blue rings are just really old.
Attach two rings to a third. Do this twice, so that you have two triplets.
Connect the two triplets with two vertical rings as shown.
The result should be this:
Add another ring to each of the left and right sides. Each new ring should only intersect two others.
Add another ring to each of the top and bottom sides. Each new ring should only intersect two others.
You should now (hopefully) have created your very own FurbyFlower.
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