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Another weave by Loke: Louhi. As the sister weave to Gridlock Byzantine, it keeps the same pattern of ring additions to pre-made sections of other weaves. But unlike Gridlock Byz, it can easily be made in to a sheet form (see the picture at the bottom of the tutorial). Let's get to work.

Step One: Start off just as you would for making Gridlock Byz by making a section of Gridlock.

Image: louhi1.jpg

Step Two: Place two rings, one on each side, into the vertical rings of the gridlock as shown:

Image: louhi2.jpg

Step Three: Flip the whole weave over now, and place in two more rings, one on each side, making sure that you go through the previous step's rings as well.

Image: louhi3.jpg

Step Four: Flip it again, and repeat step three.

Image: louhi4.jpg

Step Five: Continue Flip-Flopping it until you have completed your work.

Image: louhi5.jpg

Sheet form: make a section of Louhi and as you make the second one use the added rings to connect it to the previous one. This picture should help:

Image: louhi5a.jpg

Good luck and have fun!
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