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Old 04-22-2004, 02:19 AM
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Orbital weaves?

Exactly which ones are the orbital weaves? to answer your question in another way, I have done Byzantine, Turkish Round, Euro 4-in-1, and Jap 6-in-1. I've also done Furby Flowers and the rosette looking flowers.

(Forgive any blatant stupidity about my own hobby, it IS rather late )
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Old 04-22-2004, 02:27 AM
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Re: Orbital weaves?

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Exactly which ones are the orbital weaves? to answer your question in another way, I have done Byzantine, Turkish Round, Euro 4-in-1, and Jap 6-in-1. I've also done Furby Flowers and the rosette looking flowers.

(Forgive any blatant stupidity about my own hobby, it IS rather late )

here's what i found on that site regarding orbital and captive weaves. there are 3 pages.

orbital weaves

the tri-orbitwist on page 3 looks "fun".
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Lynne, it isn't that hard to learn at all. Tedious, yes, difficult, no. Check out http://www.mailleartisans.org if you want more information, there's a wealth there.

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Thank you for this site Susie. I'm going to have a lot of fun here!!!

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