Kumihimo Square Plate For Japanese Flat Braiding

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  • Ten slots along each side for non-slip braiding.
  • 5 1/2 inches along each side.
  • 3/8" dense foam.
  • It is sturdy and holds the threads firmly.
  • The experienced braider will enjoy using this plate to make samples and for portable projects, flat and zig zag braids.
  • Includes illustrated instructions and 3 project ideas.
  • Made with dense 3/8" (1cm) foam that is comfortable to work with and holds threads firmly, they just don't wear out! The disk and plate are a great introduction to Japanese braiding; they travel well and make wonderful tools for experimenting and sampling braids.
  • SKU: XTL-6114
  • Weight: 41 g
Additional Information
Shape Square
Size Reference Chart
Kumihimo Square Plate For Japanese Flat Braiding

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Kumihomo to me, is all about adding beads.

I agree with more information needed on the use of this square disk if one is to add beads. I can do a flat braid on my round disk...A person deserves, especially a beginner to have a mid point in learning...what I mean is that one not be intimidated to purchase a more expensive kit, to learn some basic techniques....thus, the person will not continue with Kumihomo or they may proceed to purchase a more expensive kit.

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Does its job but needs more information

Most of my knowledge of flat kumihimo comes from personal trial and error. The instruction sheet that accompanies the plate is really lacking, both in techniques and finished product uses. Creating a flat braid is fine, but what impact the addition of beads have on the outcome? What patterns can you make? How do you set up the plate to create those patterns? Users deserve more information. I would recommend to a friend with a conditional warning: As is.

Coul not wait to get the square disc...

I want more insturctions...