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6 comments - The latest ones
 Dinahmow
Dinahmow
Extended headbands?
6 years ago.
 Hilke Kurzke
Hilke Kurzke club
Hi Dinah, I don't understand your question... The braided parts on the cover are the ends of the headbands, yes, do you mean that by extended?
They are double Coptic headbands, like I "invented" them after learning how to do them. I wrote an instructional book about several variants I came up with. Currently it is only available as a ebook, but I am planning to release it as a print version again some time. Not clear when at the moment, though.
6 years ago.
 Zebra Crossing and The Paper Chipmunk Press
Zebra Crossing and T…
Hilke--that looks great! Nice design.
6 years ago.
Hilke Kurzke club has replied to Zebra Crossing and T…
Thank you, Ellen! It is always a pleasure seeing you stop by, and I am happy that you like the book.
6 years ago.
 Dinahmow
Dinahmow
Hi! Yes, I suppose that is what I meant...the head bands top and foot of spine are repeated across the boards. Extended just seemed quicker! :-) I like them.Wish my fingers could do this!
6 years ago.
Hilke Kurzke club has replied to Dinahmow
I must admit that I always struggle with tying the last knot of the Coptic headbands, and so I thought I'd try something else, and make the knot at a different position. Worked well and made the whole thing rather easier than harder.
6 years ago.

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