Full Persian Spiral aka Double Half Persian Spiral
September 20, 2011, 6:02 pm
September 11, 2018, 12:46 am
DescriptionI experimented what happens, if the FP cells of a Full Persian 6 in 1 are rotated against each other, continuously in one direction. The result was found to be the already existing weave Double Half Persian Spiral, that is even a second time, as Full Persian Spiral in our weave database, while I originally wanted to call this 'Full Persian 6 Twist 8 in 1'.
Stats: Rings used for this weave sample were 1.6*9.0mm Bright Aluminium (final AR of 6.0). This chain weave works down to an AR of 5.8 or so, but is already a bit tight at 6.0; if a bracelet or other jewellery chain shall be made from, I propose to use an AR in the 6.3 to 7 range (I tested also with AR6.9 rings). And despite usually distrusting weaves that necessitate ARs in excess of six, I don't worry here, as this has become an 8 in 1 chain, due to the fact, that the rings that were layered but not interconnected in FP6in1, are now connected on both sides - adding two further connections, but leaving none of the original FP ones out - this explains also my originally projected name choice.
Weave(s) Used (Click to View Weave)Double Half Persian Spiral, Full Persian Spiral
Images Tags (Click to Search Gallery)Tag(s): Bright Aluminium, Chain, Example, Materials, Modification, Variation
Weave(s): Double Half Persian Spiral, Full Persian Spiral