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Captive Inverted Round
Article © MAIL User: Phong
Step 1: Here you have your starting, 4-cage inverted roundmaille chain. 'Cages' are the 3-ring units that form the area where the captive rings will be going.
Step 2: Fold the end rings back over the rest of the chain. This is like peeling a banana, or a flower opening.
Step 3: Place the closed captive rings in the middle there. In this example, I'm using 2 captive rings. You might only be able to fit 1, or 50, depending on the aspect ratio of the rings.
Step 4: Now fold back over the captive rings, closing the cage.
Step 5: Add another cage, fold over, add captive rings.
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