Weaves (203)
Chains (134), Sheets (64), Dimensionals (4), Units (1)

European | Captive European | Orbital European | Reinforced European
Persian | Captive Persian | Reinforced Persian | Japanese | Captive Japanese

CIR | RIR | BW | Tri (Triplicate) | Quad | Quint | Sext | Sept
Half Persians | HP3 | HP4 | HP5 | HP6 | HP7+ | Quarter Persians | QP Sheets
Full Persians | Hilt Chains | FP/Hilt Sheets | FP Variants | Persian Variants
Captive Full Persians | Captive Hilt Chains | Wyrms | Hilt Wyrms
Spiral | Captive/Orbital | Hex | Webs | Cubes | Basic | Kinged | Other

European
(19)++++
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
European 4 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 2.92.9 - 3.23.3 - 6.6+ 3.0
3.3
5.5
graduated
graduated2
Extremely versatile sheet weave with a broad AR use range: 3.0 for basket sides. 3.0 - 3.7+ for inlays. below ~3.7 for non-see through fabric. 4.0+ for armour: welded or riveted rings at higher ARs. 3.5 - 6.6+ for clothing and other applications. Tutorial 2
European 8 in 2 (King's Maille)
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 4.74.7 - 5.05.0 - 7.7+ 5.2 Doubled E4-1.
1.8 minimum AR increase over E4-1.
Tutorial 2
European 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 4.34.3 - 4.74.7 - 6.0+ 4.9 Natural progression of E4-1.
1.4 minimum AR increase over E4-1.
Tutorial 2
European 12 in 2 (Emperor's Maille)
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 6.8 or 6.96.9 - 7.87.8 - 9.9+ 7.4
10
graduated
Doubled E6-1.
~2.5 minimum AR increase over E6-1.
European 8 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 5.85.8 - 6.26.2 - 7.5+ 5.8
6.6
7.2
Natural progression of E6-1.
1.5 minimum AR increase over E6-1.
Tutorial 2
European 16 in 2 (God's Maille)Europeansheet <9.1-9.1+  9.1 Doubled E8-1.
~3.0 minimum AR increase over E8-1.
European 10 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 7.17.1 - 7.8+7.8+ 7.8 Natural progression of E8-1.
1.3 minimum AR increase over E8-1.
Tutorial
European 12 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 8.38.3 - 8.7+9.0+ 8.3
8.7
Natural progression of E10-1.
1.2 minimum AR increase over E10-1.
Dragonscale
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet ~(3.6, 5.8)*3.6, 5.8 - 3.6, 6.03.8, 6.0 - 5.2, 7.2 4.8, 7.2 2 ring sizes used. Small ring OD smaller than the large ring ID. 2 ring sizes with same WD require a minimum AR difference of 2.0. *Listed min AR is subject to further investigation as figures should be 2.0 apart. Tutorial 2 3
Double DragonscaleEuropeansheet ~(6.6, 9.4)(6.6, 9.4)+  6.6, 9.4 The real King's DS has every ring doubled. Two ring sizes are used to make this weave.
King's Dragonscale
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet   -(4.9, 7.0, 9.1)+ 4.9, 7.0, 9.1 DS with the large rings "scaled". Three ring sizes are required to make this weave. Each ring requires a 2.0 difference in AR if the three rings use the same WD. Tutorial
Gridlock (Corduroy)
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet 3.13.1 - 3.43.3 - 5.5+ 3.5
4.0
5.4
Inverted E4-1. Rows alternate between having constantly opposingly angled rings and all flat rings. The ribbing effect gives the appearance of Corduroy. Tutorial
Box
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanchain 3.83.8 - 3.94.8 - 5.3 5.1
5.5
E4-1 with the fourth row connecting to the first, which forms a square cross-section chain weave. AR's under 4.8 cause it to go rectangular. See also CBox, and OBox. Tutorial 2 3
Byzantine
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanchain3.23.23.4 - 4.0 3.4
4.3
Based on the Box weave. Single Box cells are separated by doubled connector rings, which causes constant direction shift. See also CByz, and OByz. Tutorial 2
Trees
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanchain 4.14.1 - 4.34.3+ 4.3 Half of Trizantine.
Tutorial
  (Tri)++++++ (3+47)          
Roundmaille
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanchain 3.23.3 - 3.73.3 - 5.0 3.5 Six rows wide E4-1 with the sixth connecting onto the first, which forms a circular (triangular, nearing min AR) cross-section. See also CRM. Tutorial 2 3
Turkish Round
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanchain 3.13.2 - 3.53.5 - 4.0 3.5 A triplicate weave based on RM and IR. Single RM cells separated by sets of 3 connector rings, causing constant direction shift. See also CTR, and OTR. Tutorial 2
Inverted Round
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanchain 3.53.5 - 4.04.0 - 4.2+ 3.5 A completely inverted, triplicate (3-sided) weave. See also CIR, RIR, and BW. Tutorial 2 3 Theory
  (Quad)+++++ (1+11)         
Quad Turkish Round
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanchain 3.2, <3.2*min - (3.7, 3.3)-(4.1, 3.4)+ 4.1, 3.4 4 sided progression of TR. Ideally made with smaller connector rings. *3.2 min for knot, connectors can go lower. See also QOTR.
Captive European
(21)
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
Captive Box (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain   -(5.1, 3.6)+ 5.1, 3.6 Box with two (smaller) captive rings per cell.
Captive Byzantine (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain   -(5.1, 3.5)+ 5.1, 3.5 Byz with two (smaller) captive rings per cell.
Captive Roundmaille (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain <3.8-3.8+3.8+ 3.8 RM with one captive ring per cell.
Captive Turkish Round (C1)Captive Europeanchain <(3.8, 3.2)-(3.8, 3.2)+  3.8, 3.2 TR with 1 captive ring per RM cell. Smaller rings are connectors.
Captive Turkish Round (2) (C1)
M.A.I.L.
Captive Europeanchain 3.83.8 - 4.24.2+ 4.2 TR with 1 captive ring in each connection point.
Captive Turkish Round (3) (C1)Captive Europeanchain  -4.64.6+ 4.6 TR with 1 captive ring in each connection point, and in each RM cell.
(12+3) (CIR)        graduated(Theory)
Captive Inverted Round (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain4.74.7 - 5.85.3+ 4.9
5.9
IR with 1 captive ring per cell. 1.2 min AR increase over IR. Tutorial 2
Captive Inverted Round (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain 5.55.5 - 6.1+6.1+ 6.1 IR with 2 captive rings per cell. 0.8 min AR increase over CIR(C1). Tutorial 2
Captive Inverted Round (C3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain 6.46.4 - 7.0+7.0+ 6.6 IR with 3 captive rings per cell. 0.9 min AR increase over CIR(C2). Tutorial 2
Captive Inverted Round (C4)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain 7.47.4 - 8.0+  7.4 IR with 4 captive rings per cell. 1.0 min AR increase over CIR(C3). Tutorial 2
Captive Inverted Round (C5)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain 8.38.3 - 8.8+  8.3 IR with 5 captive rings per cell. 0.9 min AR increase over CIR(C4). Tutorial 2
Staggered Captive Inverted Round Sheet (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet 5.45.4 - 6.2+  5.4 CIR(C1) chains connected into a sheet. 0.7 min AR increase over CIR(C1). Tutorial 2 3
Staggered Captive Inverted Round Sheet (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet 6.16.1 - 6.7+  6.1 CIR(C2) chains connected into a sheet. 0.6 min AR increase over CIR(C2). 0.7 min AR increase over SCIRS(C1). Tutorial 2 3
Staggered Capive Inverted Round Sheet (C3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet 6.76.7 - 7.2+  7.0
7.2
CIR(C3) chains connected into a sheet. 0.3 min AR increase over CIR(C3). 0.6 min AR increase over SCIRS(C2). Tutorial 2 3
Staggered Captive Inverted Round Sheet (C4)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet 7.57.5+  7.5 CIR(C4) chains connected into a sheet. 0.1 min AR increase over CIR(C4). 0.8 min AR increase over SCIRS(C3). Tutorial 2 3
Captive Inverted Round Sheet (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet 4.8, 3.8(4.8, 3.8)+  4.8, 3.8 CIR Sheet with only one set of connector rings. Smaller ring used as connectors between CIR(C1) chains.
Captive Inverted Round Sheet (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet 5.6, 3.8(5.6, 3.8)+  5.6, 3.8 CIR(C2) Sheet with only one set of (smaller) connector rings.
Captive Inverted Round Sheet (C3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet 6.6, 3.8(6.6, 3.8)+  7.1, 3.95 CIR(C3) Sheet with only one set of (smaller) connector rings.
  (Quad)+++++ (2+10)        (Theory)
Quad Captive Inverted Round (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeanchain 5.3, (6.3 - 7.0)*5.3, 6.6 - 5.8, 7.9(5.8, 7.9)+ 5.3, 6.9
5.6, 7.4
Four-sided CIR(C1). *Captive ring has AR variance: larger captive recommended as it fills in the space better.
Staggered Quad Captive Inverted Round Sheet (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Europeansheet <(6.3, 8.3)-(6.3, 8.3)+  6.3, 8.3 QCIR(C1) extended into a sheet, similar to SCIRS.
  (Quint)++ (1+4)         (Theory)
Quint Captive Inverted Round (C1)Captive Europeanchain     2WDs Five-sided CIR(C1). Very difficult to assemble. Not recommended.
Orbital European
(4)
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
Orbital Box (O1)Orbital Europeanchain ~6.66.6+  6.6 Box with one orbital ring around each Box cell connection point. Requires much larger AR than Box.
Orbital Byzantine (O1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Orbital Europeanchain   -(5.1, 3.5, 5.6)+ 5.1, 3.5, 5.6 Byz with one orbital ring around each set of connector rings.
Orbital Turkish Round (O2)Orbital Europeanchain  -(3.3, 6.5, 4.3)+-()+ 3.3, 6.5, 4.3 TR with two orbital rings around each set of connector rings.
  (Quad)+++++ (1+11)         
Quad Orbital Turkish Round (O1)Orbital Europeanchain <(3.5, 8.3)-(3.5, 8.3)+  3.5, 8.3 QTR with one orbital ring around each set of connector rings.
Reinforced European
(28)
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
(12) (RIR)        RIR vs. BW(Theory)
Reinforced Inverted Round (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain (4.7, 5.1), and 5.1(4.7, 5.1) - 5.4+  5.1 IR with 1 reinforced ring per cell. Min AR has two values: larger AR is the captive. 0.4 (single ring size) min AR increase over CIR(C1).
Reinforced Inverted Round (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain (5.2, 5.4), and 5.4(5.2, 5.4) - 5.8+  5.2, 5.4 IR with 2 reinforced rings per cell. Min AR has two values: larger AR is the captive. 0.1 min AR decrease from CIR(C2). 0.3 min AR increase over RIR(R1).
Reinforced Inverted Round (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain 5.75.7+  5.9 IR with 3 reinforced rings per cell. 0.7 min AR decrease from CIR(C3). 0.3 min AR increase over RIR(R2).
Reinforced Inverted Round (R4)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain 6.46.4+  6.6 IR with 4 reinforced rings per cell. 1.0 min AR decrease from CIR(C4) 0.7 min AR increase over RIR(R3)
Reinforced Inverted Round (R5)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain 7.1 or 7.27.2+  7.2 IR with 5 reinforced rings per cell. ~1.2 min AR decrease from CIR(C5) ~0.7 min AR increase over RIR(R4)
  (Quad)+++++ (4+8)        QRIRvsQBW(Theory)
Quad Reinforced Inverted Round (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain <(5.8, 7.2)-(5.8, 7.2)+  5.8, 7.2 Four-sided RIR(R1).
Quad Reinforced Inverted Round (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain <(6.2, 7.4)-(6.2, 7.4)+  6.2, 7.4 Four-sided RIR(R2).
Quad Reinforced Inverted Round (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain <(6.8, 8.0)-(6.8, 8.0)+  7.2, 8.8 Four-sided RIR(R3).
Staggered Quad Reinforced Inverted Round Sheet (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeansheet <(7.2, 8.8, 5.8)-(7.2, 8.8, 5.8)+  7.2, 8.8, 5.8 QRIR(R3) chains connected into a sheet. 3 ring sizes used: smallest are connector rings, largest are reinforced, and middle size (first listed) are the cage rings in the QRIR(R3) chains.
  (Quint)++ (2+3)         (Theory)
Quint Reinforced Inverted Round (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain ~(7.0, 9.9)(7.0, 9.9)+  7.0, 9.9 Five-sided RIR(R1).
Quint Reinforced Inverted Round (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain <(7.8, 11)-(7.8, 11)+  7.8, 11 Five-sided RIR(R2).
  (Sext)+ (1+1)         (Theory)
Sext Reinforced Inverted Round (R1)Reinforced Europeanchain     8.3, 13 Six-sided RIR(R1).
(16) (BW)        RIR vs. BW
SBWS(R1-4)
grad BW
(Theory)
Bore Worm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain (4.7, 5.0), and 5.0(4.7, 5.0) - 5.4+  5.1 IR with 1 reinforced ring per cell. Min AR has two values: larger AR is the captive. 0.3 (single ring size) min AR increase over CIR(C1).
Bore Worm (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain (5.2, 5.4), and 5.4(5.2, 5.4) - 5.8+  5.2, 5.4 IR with 2 reinforced rings per cell. Min AR has two values: larger AR is the captive. 0.1 min AR decrease from CIR(C2). 0.3 min AR increase over BW(R1).
Bore Worm (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain 5.75.7+  5.7 IR with 3 reinforced rings per cell. 0.7 min AR decrease from CIR(C3). 0.3 min AR increase over BW(R2).
Bore Worm (R4)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain 6.46.4+  6.6 IR with 4 reinforced rings per cell. 1.0 min AR decrease from CIR(C4) 0.7 min AR increase over BW(R3)
Bore Worm (R5)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain 7.1 or 7.27.2+  7.2 IR with 5 reinforced rings per cell. ~1.2 min AR decrease from CIR(C5) ~0.7 min AR increase over BW(R4)
Staggered Bore Worm Sheet (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeansheet 5.25.2 - 5.4+5.4+ 5.4
5.2
BW(R1) chains connected into a sheet. 0.2 AR increase over BW(R1). 0.2 min AR decrease from SCIRS(C1)
Staggered Bore Worm Sheet (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeansheet >5.4
<5.8
-5.8+  5.8 BW(R2) chains connected into a sheet.
Staggered Bore Worm Sheet (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeansheet >5.8
<6.3
-6.3+  6.3 BW(R3) chains connected into a sheet.
Staggered Bore Worm Sheet (R4)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeansheet <7.0-7.0+  7.0
end
BW(R4) chains connected into a sheet.
  (Quad)+++++ (3+9)        QRIRvsQBW(Theory)
Quad Bore Worm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain <(5.8, 7.0)-(5.8, 7.0)+  5.8, 7.0 Four-sided BW(R1).
Quad Bore Worm (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain 6.0, 7.2(6.0, 7.2)+  6.0, 7.2 Four-sided BW(R2).
Quad Bore Worm (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain <(6.8, 8.0)-(6.8, 8.0)+  6.8, 8.0 Four-sided BW(R3).
  (Quint)++ (2+3)         (Theory)
Quint Bore Worm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain  -(7.2, 8.8)+(7.2, 8.8)+ 7.2, 8.8 Five-sided BW(R1).
Quint Bore Worm (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain <(7.2, 8.8)-(7.2, 8.8)+  7.2, 8.8 Five-sided BW(R2).
  (Sext)+ (1+1)         (Theory)
Sext Bore Worm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Europeanchain ~(7.8, 11)(7.8, 11)+  7.8, 11
2WDs
Six-sided BW(R1). 2WDs sample uses .048" (1.2mm/18SWG) 11/32" (8.73mm) (8.3 AR) (cage rings) and .063" (1.6mm/16SWG) 1/2" (12.7mm) (8.8 AR) (reinforced).
  (Sept) (1)         (Theory)
Sept Bore Worm (R1)Reinforced Europeanchain ~(8.8, 13)(8.8, 13)+  8.8, 13
end
Seven-sided BW(R1).
Persian
(59)++
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
(25) (Half Persians)         (Theory)
(7) (HP3)        group 
Half Persian 3 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <3.9* 3.9 - 4.8 4.3
4.8
*Below 3.9, weave starts to curl. Tutorial 2 3 4 5 6
Half Persian 6 in 2Persianchain >5.5
<6.2*
5.5 - 6.6+-6.6 - 7.8+ 6.6
7.8
6.2
*Weave starts to curl under about 6.6. At 5.5, it locks up after four full cells. 6.2 allows infinite curly expansion.
Half Persian 3 Sheet 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet 4.84.8 - 5.85.5 - 7.2+ 5.0
7.2
Continues HP3-1 into a sheet weave. Tutorial 2 3
Half Persian 6 Sheet 12 in 2Persiansheet >7.8
<9.1
-9.1+  9.1 Doubled version of HP3S6-1.
Double Half Persian 3 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 6.26.2 - 6.66.6 - 7.5 6.9
7.2
Layered 6 in 2 weave.
Offset Double Half Persian 3 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <7.8-7.8+-7.8+ 7.8
labeled
The result of offsetting every ring in one of the four sets in DHP3-1 making it flatter. (labeled): rings with red dots are offset, green rings are the sets on the opposite side of the weave that the reds pass through.
Triple Half Persian 3 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <9.0-9.0+9.0+ 9.0
flip
Layered 12 in 3 weave
(6) (HP4)        group 
Half Persian 4 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 4.44.44.7 - 5.9 4.7
5.1
5.9
Has rectangular cross section, and appears the same on top and bottom. Tutorial 2 3 4 5 6
Half Persian 8 in 2Persianchain 7.87.8 - <8.7-8.7+ 8.7
7.8
Doubled version of HP4-1.
Double Half Persian 4 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -8.3+ 8.3 Layered 8 in 2 weave. Balanced (same on both sides).
Triple Half Persian 4 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain >9.0
<9.9
-9.9+9.9+ 9.9 Layered 16 in 3 weave.
Half Persian 4 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <7.8-7.8 - 8.08.0+ 7.8 Up through 1, down through 3 (3:1) or (1:3), depending on handedness. Unbalanced and not symmetrical like HP4-1.
Half Persian 4 Unbalanced Sheet 8 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <8.0-8.0+  8.0 Continues HP4-1U into a sheet weave.
(6) (HP5)        group 
Half Persian 5 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -8.0+ 8.0 Up through 2, down through 3, constantly (or 3:2). Naturally unbalanced.
Half Persian 5 Sheet 10 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet >8.0
<9.4
-9.4+  9.4 Continues HP5-1 into a sheet weave.
Double Half Persian 5 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -10.3+ 8.0 Layered 10 in 2 weave.
Half Persian 5 in 1 Symmetrical
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -8.0+ 8.0 Up through 2, down through 3, then up through 3, down through 2. Alternates constantly giving it a wavy look. Also makes the weave balanced, not /\ shaped like HP odd in 1's.
Half Persian 5 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -13.4+ 13.4 Up through 1, down through 4 (or 4:1, depending on handedness). Extreme offsetting takes a very large AR to not curl inward.
Half Persian 5 Unbalanced Sheet 10 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <12.0-12.0+-13.4+ 12.0
13.4
Continues HP5-1U into a sheet weave.
(3) (HP6)        group 
Half Persian 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -8.0+ 8.0 Balanced like HP4-1. Up through 3, down through 3 (3:3).
Half Persian 6 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <9.1-9.1+-10.8+ 9.1
flip
10.8
Unbalanced by going up through 2, down through 4 constantly. (4:2), or (2:4). Tutorial
Half Persian 6 Unbalanced Sheet 12 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet >9.1*
<10.8
-10.8+  10.8 Continues HP6-1U into a sheet weave. *Min AR predicted to be 9.2 - 9.5.
(3) (HP7+)        group 
Half Persian 7 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <9.4-9.4+9.4 - 10.3+ 9.4
flip
10.3
Naturally unbalanced (non-symmetrical) like HP5-1 and HP3-1. Up through 3, down through 4 (or 4:3).
Half Persian 7 in 1 Symmetrical
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <9.4-9.49.4+ 9.4 Balanced version of naturally unbalanced HP7-1. Up through 3, down through 4, then up through 4, down through 3. Wavy look like HP5-1S.
Half Persian 8 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <10.3- 10.310.3+ 10.3 Naturally balanced HP progression of HP4-1 and HP6-1.
(2) (Quarter Persians)          
Three Quarters Persian
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 4.54.5 - 5.05.0 - 5.9+ 5.9 Adds a third side to HP3-1. Tutorial 2
Four Quarters Persian
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -5.9+ 5.9 Adds a fourth side to TQP, but doesn't attach it back to the first, which would make FP6-1. Tutorial
(7) (QP Sheets)         (Theory)
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet 5.05.0 - 5.95.9+ 5.9 Extends TQP into a sheet weave. Far less popular than the Half Persian sheets, ala HP3S6-1. Tutorial
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 12 in 2Persiansheet <9.1-9.1+  9.1 Doubled TQPS6-1. Based on HP6-2.
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 6 in 1 Grizzly
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <9.1-9.1+  9.1 Grain runs the same direction in each row, like with FP6-1G. Awkward to weave.
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 8 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <9.4-9.4+  9.4
end
Based on HP4-1U. Related to FP8-1U.
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 10 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <10.3-10.3+  10.3
end
Based on HP5-1. Related to FP10-1.
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 10 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <12.5-12.5+  12.5
end
Based on HP5-1U. Related to FP10-1U.
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 12 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <11.6-11.6+  11.6
end
Based on HP6-1U. Related to FP12-1U.
(11+17) (Full Persians)++          
Full Persian 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 4.84.8 - 5.05.1 - 6.5 5.5
5.9
graduated
Based on HP3-1. See also CFP6-1, and Wyrms. Tutorial 2 3 4
Full Persian 12 in 2Persianchain <9.1-9.1+  9.1 Doubled FP6-1. Based on HP6-2.
Double Full Persian 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <9.0-9.0 - 9.9-9.9+ 9.9
9.0
Layered 12 in 2 weave. Based on DHP3-1
Full Persian 6 in 1 Grizzly
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 6.26.2 - 6.56.8 - 7.2 6.5
7.0
FP6-1 with grain running in same direction on each side. Gives the weave strange and inconsistent flexibility- flexes well one way, but not the other. Turorial
Full Persian 8 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 7.87.8 - 8.58.3 - 9.1+ 8.3
7.8
Based on the balanced HP4-1. Becomes increasingly less stable as AR increases. Tutorial
Full Persian 8 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -9.1+ 9.1
side
Based on HP4-1U. Consistent flexibility.
Full Persian 8 in 1 Grizzly
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <7.4 - 7.47.4+ 7.4
?
FP8-1 with grain running in the same direction on each face. Due to the balancing effect, it is consistent, flexibility-wise, unlike FP6-1G. Recommended.
Full Persian 10 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <9.4-9.4+9.4 - 10.8+ 9.4
end
10.8
Based on HP5-1.
Full Persian 10 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <12.5-12.5+  12.5
end
both
Based on HP5-1U.
Full Persian 12 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <11.1-11.1+  11.1
(b)
end
Based on HP6-1U.
Full Persian 14 in 1Persianchain <12.5-12.5+  12.5
end
Based on HP7-1.
(5+17) (Hilt Chains)++          
Hilt Chain 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 5.85.8 -   5.8 Six-sided FP6-1. See also CHC6-1, and Hilt Wyrms. Tutorial
Hilt Chain 6 in 1 Grizzly
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <10.8-10.8+  10.8 Six-sided FP6-1G. Awkward to weave.
Hilt Chain 8 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <10.8-10.8+  10.8 Six-sided FP8-1.
Hilt Chain 8 in 1 Unbalanced
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain <10.8-10.8+  10.8 Six-sided FP8-1U.
  (Quad)+++++ (1+11)         
Quad Hilt Chain 6 in 1Persianchain >7.8
<8.7
-8.7+  8.7 Eight-sided FP6-1. Triplicate (three/six-sided) HC6-1, Quaded (made four/eight-sided). Loses stability over HC6-1. Should add captives.
(3) (FP/Hilt Sheets)          
Full Persian 6 in 1 Sheet, (Yet Another)
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <7.2-7.2 - 7.57.5 - 7.8+ 7.2
7.8
FP6-1 chains linked into a sheet. Half of the rings pass through 8 each.
Hilt Chain 6 in 1 Sheet, (Yet Another)
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <9.1-9.1+  9.1
9.1end
HC6-1 chains linked into a sheet.
Hilt Chain 6 in 1 Sheet
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet >10.3
<11.6
-11.6+  11.6
end
HC6-1 chains linked into a sheet with Full Persian-esque connections.
(3) (FP Variants)          
Full Persian 6 in 1 Gridlock
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 5.05.0 - 5.85.6+ 5.8 FP6-1 variant.
One Hour Less Sleep
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 5.55.5 - 5.95.8 - 6.6 5.9 FP6-1 variant.
Tutorial
One And A Half Persian
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain 4.84.8 - 5.25.2 - 5.8 5.0 FP6-1 variant.
Tutorial
(3) (Persian Variants)          
Persian 4 in 1 Sheet
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiansheet <4.2-4.2 - 4.54.7 - 6.0 4.5
4.2(curly)
6.0(loose)
Not based on any Half or Full Persian. Has strange flexibility and the tendency to curl at lower ARs under about 4.7. Tutorial 2
Half Persian 3 in 1 Flip
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -4.2 - <6.0 4.2 Chain version of Persian 4 in 1 Sheet. Tutorial
Viperscale
(M.A.I.L.)
Persianchain   -6.4+ 6.4 Tutorial
Captive
Persian (8)
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
(5) (Captive FPs)          
Captive Full Persian 6 in 1 (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persianchain <(5.5, 3.9)-(5.5, 3.9)+  5.5, 3.9 FP6-1 with 1 (smaller) captive ring per cell.
Captive Full Persian 6 in 1 (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persianchain <(6.4, 4.6)-(6.4, 4.6) - (7.4, 5.9)+-(7.4, 5.9)+ 7.4, 5.9 FP6-1 with 2 (smaller) captive rings per cell.
Captive Full Persian 6 in 1 (C3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persianchain 7.4, 5.5*(7.4, 5.5)+  7.4, 5.5 FP6-1 with 3 (smaller) captive rings per cell. *Captive ring size has variance.
Captive Full Persian 6 in 1 Grizzly (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persianchain <(7.0, 5.2)-(7.0, 5.2)+  7.0, 5.2 FP6-1G with 1 (smaller) captive ring per cell.
Captive Full Persian 6 in 1 Grizzly (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persianchain 7.9, 6.1(7.9, 6.1)+-(9.1, 7.4)+ 9.1, 7.4 7.9, 6.1 FP6-1G with 2 (smaller) captive rings per cell.
(3) (Captive HCs)          
Captive Hilt Chain 6 in 1 (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persianchain 6.26.2 - 6.6+6.6+ 6.6 Six-sided FP6-1 with 1 captive ring per cell. Min AR increase of 0.4 over HC6-1. Tutorial
Captive Hilt Chain 6 in 1 (C2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persianchain 6.8*6.8 - 7.2+  7.2 HC6-1, or six-sided FP6-1, with 2 captive rings per cell. *Min AR is based on 6.7 being slightly too tight to continue after a certain point. Tutorial
Staggered Captive Hilt Chain 6 in 1 Sheet (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Persiansheet <7.4-7.4+  7.4
end
CHC6-1(C1) extended into a staggered sheet, much like SCIRS and SBWS. Connectors pass through 2 rings of each CHC6-1, 1 of which is a Hilt Chain ring.
Reinforced
Persian (26)
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
(12) (Wyrms)          
Fire Wyrm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain 6.36.3+  6.6 FP6-1 with 1 ring inserted into each cell: through 2, around 2, through 2, around 2. Tutorial
Fire Wyrm (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain 6.8 or 6.96.9 - 7.57.2 - 7.9 7.0
end
7.9
FP6-1 with 2 rings inserted into each cell: 2-2-2-2. Tutorial
Fire Wyrm (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain <7.9-7.9 - 8.07.9 - 8.5 7.9
8.3
FP6-1 with 3 rings inserted into each cell: 2-2-2-2. Tutorial
Ice Wyrm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain >6.6
<7.0
-7.0+7.2+ 7.0 Same as FW(R1) except each cell alternates which FP6-1 rings are passed through. Tutorial
Ice Wyrm (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain 7.2 or 7.3-7.4+7.6+ 7.4
end
Same as FW(R2) except each cell alternates which FP6-1 rings are passed through. Tutorial
Ice Wyrm (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain <7.9-7.9 - 8.58.3+ 7.9
8.3
Same as FW(R2) except each cell alternates which FP6-1 rings are passed through. Tutorial
Wind Wyrm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain 7.17.1 - 7.4+7.4+ 7.4 FP6-1 with 1 ring inserted into each cell: through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1.
Wind Wyrm (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain >7.4
<7.9
-7.9+7.9+ 7.9
end
FP6-1 with 2 rings inserted into each cell: 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1.
Wind Wyrm (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain <8.3-8.3 - 8.7+8.6+ 8.7 FP6-1 with 3 rings inserted into each cell: 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1.
Earth Wyrm (R1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain 7.17.1 - 7.4+  7.4 Same as WW(R1) except each cell alternates which FP6-1 rings are passed through.
Earth Wyrm (R2)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain 7.97.9+  7.9
end
Same as WW(R2) except each cell alternates which FP6-1 rings are passed through.
Earth Wyrm (R3)
(M.A.I.L.)
Reinforced Persianchain 8.38.3 - 8.7+  8.7 Same as WW(R3) except each cell alternates which FP6-1 rings are passed through.
(14) (Hilt Wyrms)          
Hilt Fire Wyrm (R1)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain ~(7.4, 9.9)(7.4, 9.9) - (7.4, 10.3)+  7.4, 9.9 HC6-1 with 1 ring inserted into each cell: through 2, around 4, through 2, around 4.
Hilt Fire Wyrm (R2)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain ~(7.4, 9.9)(7.4, 9.9) - (7.9, 10.8)+  7.9, 10.8
side
HC6-1 with 2 rings inserted into each cell: 2-4-2-4.
Hilt Fire Wyrm (R3)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain <(8.3, 11.1)-(8.3, 11.1) - (9.1, 12.0)-(9.1, 12.0)+ 8.3, 11.1
end
HC6-1 with 3 rings inserted into each cell: 2-4-2-4.
Hilt Fire Wyrm (R4)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain <(9.1, 12.0)-(9.1, 12.0)+  9.1, 12.0 HC6-1 with 4 rings inserted into each cell: 2-4-2-4.
Hilt Thunder Wyrm (R1)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain 7.9, 9.4(7.9, 9.4)+  7.9, 9.4
end
HC6-1 with 1 ring inserted into each cell: through 2, around 2, through 2, around 2, through 2, around 2.
Hilt Thunder Wyrm (R2)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain ~(8.3, 9.9)(8.3, 9.9)+  8.3, 9.9
end
HC6-1 with 2 rings inserted into each cell: 2-2-2-2-2-2.
Hilt Lightning Wyrm (R1)Reinforced Persianchain <(8.7., 10.3)-(8.7, 10.3)+  8.7, 10.3 Same as HTW(R1) except each cell alternates which HC6-1 rings are passed through.
Hilt Lightning Wyrm (R2)Reinforced Persianchain ~(9.1, 10.8)(9.1, 10.8) - (9.4, 11.1)+  9.4, 11.1 Same as HTW(R2) except each cell alternates which HC6-1 rings are passed through.
Hilt Wind Wyrm (R1)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain <(8.7, 10.3)-(8.7, 10.3)+  8.7, 10.3
end
HC6-1 with 1 ring inserted into each cell: through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1, through 1, around 1.
Hilt Wind Wyrm (R2)
M.A.I.L.
Reinforced Persianchain <(9.1, 10.8)-(9.1., 10.8)+  9.1, 10.8
end
HC6-1 with 2 rings inserted into each cell: 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1.
Hilt Earth Wyrm (R1)Reinforced Persianchain <(9.1, 10.8)-(9.1, 10.8)+  9.1, 10.8 Same as HWW(R1) except each cell alternates which HC6-1 rings are passed through.
Hilt Earth Wyrm (R2)Reinforced Persianchain <(9.4, 11.1)-(9.4, 11.1)+  9.4, 11.1
end
Same as HWW(R2) except each cell alternates which HC6-1 rings are passed through.
Hilt Sun Wyrm (R1)Reinforced Persianchain ~(7.9, 8.3)(7.9, 8.3) - (8.3, 9.1)+  8.3, 9.1
side
end
HC6-1 with 1 ring inserted into each cell: through 4*, around 2, through 4, around 2. *doesn't pass through all connection points and has a true cage ring on either side. Closest Hilt Wyrm to CHC(C1).
Hilt Sun Wyrm (R2)Reinforced Persianchain <(8.7, 9.1)<(8.7, 9.1)+  8.7, 9.1
side
HC6-1 with 2 rings inserted into each cell: 4-2-4-2. Closest Hilt Wyrm to CHC(C2).
Japanese
(10)++*
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes (Theory 2)
All fully symmetrical.
Japanese 4 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesefully symmetrical sheet 2.0, 2.42.0, 2.4(2.0, 2.5)+ 2.0, 2.4
2WDs
Tutorial 2 3
Japanese 8 in 2
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesefully symmetrical sheet 2.6, 3.8(2.6, 3.8) - (2.7, 4.0)(2.8, 4.1)+ 2.6, 3.9 Doubled J4-1.
(6+6) (Hex Sheets)++++          
Japanese 6 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesehex sheet 2.0, 2.92.0, 2.9(2.0, 3.0)+ 2.0, 3.0 Tutorial 2 3 4
Japanese 12 in 2
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesehex sheet 2.6, 5.2(2.6, 5.2) - (2.7, 5.5)(2.8, 5.3)+ 2.6, 5.3 Doubled J6-1.
(4+3) (Webs)+          
Japanese 3 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesehex sheet 2.0, 2.2 (2.0, 2.2)+ 2.0, 2.2
5.4
2WDs
Tutorial 2
Japanese 6 in 2 Japanesehex sheet 2.6, 3.3(2.6, 3.3) - (2.8, 3.6)+ 2.6, 3.3 Doubled J3-1.
Japanese 4 in 1 Hexagonal Web
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesehex sheet 2.0, ~2.4 2.0, ~2.4+ 2.1, 2.5
2WDs
Listed at M.A.I.L. as "Japanese 6 in 1 Variant". Tutorial
Japanese 8 in 2 Hexagonal Web
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesehex sheet 2.6, (4.2 or 4.3)   2.7, 4.4 Doubled J4-1HW. Larger min AR than J8-2 due to angle of vertical rings.
(2+2) (Cubes)+          
Japanese 4 in 1 Cube
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesedimensional 2.42.4 - 2.52.5 - 2.6 2.5 The purest dimensional weave. Very AR-sensitive. Tutorial
Japanese 8 in 2 Cube
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanesedimensional 3.83.8 - 4.43.9 - 4.8 4.2
4.4
4.8
Doubled J4-1Cube. AR-sensitive. Tutorial
Captive
Japanese (2)
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
Captive Japanese 8 in 2 (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive Japanesefully symmetrical sheet ~(4.3, 5.8)4.3, 5.8  4.3, 5.8 J8-2 with 1 captive ring in each opening. Ring size specific to prevent captives from falling out.
(1+11) (Hex Sheets)++++          
Captive Japanese 12 in 2 (C1)Captive Japanesehex sheet ~(5.8, 4.3, 3.75)5.8, 4.3, 3.75  5.8, 4.3, 3.75 J12-2 with 1 captive ring in each opening. Ring size specific.
Spiral
(8)++
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
Mobius Ball
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralunit** 2.0* 3.0+ 14 *Min AR considers 3 ring Mobius. Tutorial
Spiral 4 in 1
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralchain 3.4* 4.0 - 5.5+ 4.8 *Below 3.3/3.4, weave becomes JPL, also referred to as 'Locked Spiral'. Maintains spiral form only when ends are affixed. Tutorial 2 3 4
Spiral 8 in 2
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralchain 4.44.4 - 4.64.6 - 4.9+ 4.9 Double Spiral4-1. Much greater tendency to stay spirally than singled version.
Mobius Chain
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralchain 4.2 4.4 - 6.0 4.4 Interconnected 3-ring Mobius Balls.
Flower
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralchain   3.9 - 5.5 3.9 3-ring Mobius Balls connected with single connector rings. Tutorial
Jens Pind Linkage (JPL)
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralchain 2.7
max AR: 3.2
 2.8 - 3.1 2.9 Spiral4-1 at such a low AR that the rings lock in place. One of very few weaves with a maximum AR. Tutorial 2
Saturn
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralchain     3WDs A Spiral weave with quasi-Orbital rings.
This Is Not Food
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiralchain 2.0, ? (2.1, 4.?) - 2WDs Tutorial 2
Captive/
Orbital
(3)++++
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
4 in 2 Captive (C1)
(M.A.I.L.)
Captivechain 7.5*7.5 - 8.7-8.7+ 7.5
8.7
*7.5 is single ring size min, can further reduce by using 2 ring sizes- a smaller one for the captives.
Captive Zen Sheet Full
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive / Orbitalfully symmetrical sheet (3.6, 4.9, 5.8)(3.6, 4.9, 5.8) - (3.7, 5.2, 5.9)(3.7, 5.1, 5.9)+ 3.6, 5.0, 5.8 Relationship between the smaller 2 ring sizes is important, as they hold the middle size rings in place, lest they float loosely. 1.3 - 1.5 AR difference works effectively. Tutorial
(1+11) (Hex Sheets)++++          
Captive Orbital Hex Cage
(M.A.I.L.)
Captive / Obritalhex sheet (4.2, 5.5, 6.4), and 6.6*(4.2, 5.5, 6.4) - 6.7  4.2, 5.5, 6.4
6.6
vs.
*Optimal min AR contains 3 values. Large: orbitals, medium: connectors, small: cage/captives. Very difficult to weave when: small ring OD < large ring ID. Tutorial
Other
(15)
Weave NameFamilyFormMinimum ARStructural ARGeneral ARSamplesNotes
Captive 2 in 1 Chain
(M.A.I.L.)
Hybridchain <(3.0, 4.3)-(3.0, 4.3) - (3.5, 4.7)(3.2, 4.6) - (3.8, 5.1)+ 3.8, 5.1
3.4, 4.7
2-1Chain held captive. Contains no captive rings. Tutorial
Celtic Visions
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanese, Hybridchain (3.0, 5.1)*(3.0, 5.1) - (3.0, 5.2)(3.0, 5.3) - (3.3. 5.5)+ 3.3, 5.3 *Actual min AR should use a 2.0 ring for the small rings in the middle of the chain, as they only pass through two. Tutorial 2
Byzantine Ringmaille
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeansheet   -(2.9, 4.4, 5.5)+ 2.9, 4.4, 5.5 Byz chains connected into a sheet.
Celtic Wings Sheet
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanese, Hybridsheet <(3.4, 5.5) -(3.4, 5.8)+ 3.4, 5.8 Tutorial
Celtic Visions Sheet 2
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanese, Hybridsheet   -(4.0, 5.5)+ 4.0, 5.5  
Voodoo
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiral, Japanese, Hybridfully symmetrical sheet   (3.3, 5.3) - (3.3, 5.5)+ 3.3, 5.3 Tutorial
(2+10) (Hex Sheets)++++          
Japanese Dragonscale
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanese, Hybridhex sheet <(3.3, 6.6)-(3.3, 6.6)+  3.3, 6.6 See also OS, and IOS units. Tutorial
Crenelated-3 Sheet
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanese, Hybridhex sheet     2WDs  
(3+4) (Webs)+          
Byzantine Web Square
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanfully symmetrical sheet 3.2, (5.4 or 5.5)3.2, 5.5+(3.3, 5.5) - 3.5, 5.5+ 3.3, 5.5 Byz-based web expansion. Tutorial
(2+10) (Hex Sheets)++++          
Byzantine Web
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeanhex sheet 3.2, (3.9 or 4.0)3.2, 4.0+(3.3, 4.0) - 3.5, 5.0+ 3.3, 4.0 Byz-based web expansion. Tutorial
Voodoo Hexagonal (Voodoo Hex)
(M.A.I.L.)
Spiral, Japanese, Hybridhex sheet   (2.9, 4.8) - (3.3, 5.5)+ 3.3, 5.0 Voodoo-based web expansion.
(2+2) (Cubes)+          
Byzantine Web Square Cube
(M.A.I.L.)
Europeandimensional 3.2, (5.4 or 5.5)3.2, 5.5+(3.3, 5.5) - 3.4, 5.5+ 3.3, 5.5 Byz-based dimensional expansion. Tutorial
Persiantine Web Square Cube
(M.A.I.L.)
Persiandimensional 4.4, 6.14.4, 6.1  4.4, 6.1 FP6-1 segments separated by 1 connector, expanded dimensionally.
(2) (Basic)          
2 in 1 Chain
(M.A.I.L.)
Japanese, otherschain 2.0 2.1 - 3.0+ 3.0 The very foundation, and the most basic of every chainmail weave. Tutorial
4 in 2 ChainJapanese, otherschain 2.62.62.8 - 4.3+ 3.0 Doubled 2-1Chain.


Kinged: (16)

European 8 in 2, European 12 in 2, European 16 in 2, Double Dragonscale,
Japanese 8 in 2, Japanese 12 in 2, Japanese 6 in 2,
Japanese 8 in 2 Hex Web, Japanese 8 in 2 Cube
Half Persian 6 in 2, Half Persian 6 Sheet 12 in 2, Half Persian 8 in 2,
Three Quarters Persian Sheet 12 in 2, Full Persian 12 in 2,
Spiral 8 in 2, 4 in 2 Chain

The compiled weave aspect ratio information provided in the list was collected by trial, and all rings used were measured using a dial caliper whose precision is one thousandth of an inch (.001").

Of important note is the fact that there is a spectrum of tolerance for any given AR. Because the number of decimal places used in all AR's on this website is one, due to the precision of the caliper I use to measure rings, the AR tolerance spectrum is very close to 0.1. For example, a listed minimum AR of 4.3 would mean that the actual figure could range anywhere from 4.2500~1 (where ~ is a repeating series of 0's), to 4.35. It is possible in some cases for a weave to work on the higher end of the spectrum, but not on the lower end.

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