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This is a tutorial for a weave that I invented, Backbone. I named it so because it bends one way better than the other, like a real back bone.

Step 1:
Start by attaching two closed rings onto an open one, and lay it out like so:
Image: pic1.jpg

Step 2:
Now, see the eye formed by the two top rings? well, put a ring around it. let this ring "flop down" on the rest of the weave.
Image: pic2.jpg

Step 3:
Now, looking at a top view, see those three rings?
Image: pic3.jpg

Step 4:
Hook two rings on these three rings.
Image: pic4.jpg

Step 5:
Again, see the eye? Put a ring around the eye. Again, let this ring "flop down".
Image: pic5.jpg

The top view, just like in step 3.
Image: pic6.jpg

Step 7:
Once again, as with step four, hook two rings on the three top rings.
Image: pic7.jpg
You're done! just repeat steps 5-7 to expand the chain. Here's a finished chain:
Image: pic8.jpg

(Authors late note: Yes I know the closures are horrible)
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