How to Avoid a Twisted Picot

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    When you have reached the point to make the join, turn over the piece so that the reverse side

    is now facing up and the first ring is now on the left side. The picot is now in the correct

    position to make a join, but we are not there yet!

    Fold part of the work over so that the front side of the first ring is facing up. Bring the picot

    to be joined close to the core thread of the ring being worked. Make a join through this picot

    as usual.

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    Below are a few more pictorial examples of making a folded join.

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    a) the last ring in the clover is to be joined to the first ring of the first clover on the right;

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    c) - the motif is folded over to bring the picot to be joined to the correct position for making

    the join.

    I noticed that I need to make this type of join if the joining picot is on the right side of the

    ring/chain being worked.

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