This weave is the sheet version of Trizantine, expanded sideways in a similar manner as Byzantine is expanded to Dense Byzantine Sheet. So even its tutorial works similar, and one must simply find the right moment to intersperse the additional sandwiched rings that are the difference between the both basis chain weaves.
Stats: The sample is woven from BA 1.6mm coiled on 9.0mm mandrel, with a final AR of 6.0, what behaves really well; the weavable low AR limit should be in the 5.5 region, while below 5.7 there is already a ring overlap tendency. If in case of a bracelet only a two- or three-row piece is woven, this slightly lower AR is also recommended. And like for Trizantine, where is proposed to use a slightly lower AR for the 'wing' rings, this is valid here for the sheet edge wing rings, to tame them. As an example a three-row piece made from AR 5.7 rings edged with AR 5.0 rings worked really fine.
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