Saturday, June 15, 2013

Closing up PUCK weaving at an mmm point

The advantage of an mmm point as a point to close up a surface is that only outboard "flaps" of six weavers are involved. It may be possible to close these flaps up the way the flaps of box can be tucked under each other.

Under the standard rules, the three weavers that expose their trailing stroke belong underneath the three that expose their leading stroke. In two steps the closure could be made by tucking the trailing-stroke weavers together flaps-up, and then tucking the leading-stroke weavers together flaps-down. 

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