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Joining Half Persian 3 Sheet 6 in 1 using Three Quarters Persian
Article © MAIL User: Phong

Half Persian 3 Sheet 6 in 1 can be made with reversed orientations, but how do you join them into one piece? There are several ways to do so; this tutorial shows how to join it using Three Quarters Persian. The patch will look like [weave=Full Persian] on one side, but the other side will not be connected (hence "Three Quarters" Persian). You can also use Interwoven 4 in 1, Elfweave, and Double Gridlock. Half Persian 3-1 sheet 6 needs AR's of AR of 5 and up.

Step 1: Make two patches of HP3-1 Sheet 6 with opposite orientations and lay them out as shown.

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Step 2: Pass an open ring through the eyes formed by the two end rings on either side.

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Step 3: Pass an open ring through the eyes formed by the 2nd and 3rd rings on either side, and around the eyes from the last step. This should be recognizable as Full Persian. Make sure you go above the ring from the last step.

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Step 4: Repeat Step 3 for the next set of rings, making another Full Persian-style connection.

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Step 5: Repeat Step 3 (or 4 if you'd rather) all the way down to the end of the patch. The last ring will just go around the eyes, and will not go through any eyes.

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