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European 4 in 1 Seams: 15, 30, 45, and 60 Degree

Joshua Diliberto

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Joshua Diliberto submitted a new resource:

European 4 in 1 Seams: 15, 30, 45, and 60 Degree - Pics and descriptions of European 4 in 1 seams

There has always been a lot of confusion in the chainmaille community regarding the angle of degree in European 4 in 1 seams. This year (2015), I set out to study the possible angles and the actual measured degrees of those angles. What I found may be somewhat surprising to most chainmaillers. Most chainmaillers know about the 60 degree angle seam (some calling it a 45 degree seam), but not many knew about the 30 and 15 degree seams. And the most interesting thing I discovered was how to...

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Moni

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Looking forward to reading through this. I plan on making a few shirts and other items this year. One of the pics looks on the bias. I'm curious about how to do this. (Especially with Dragonscale, which I know is a different topic all together.)
 

jvbs

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I've just learned Euro 4 in 1, so I wasn't aware of the issues with joining, but now I am thinking of what I can make .....
 
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