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    Quote Originally Posted by wernerm View Post
    Don't think anyone on this forum needs a "draad-trek" SBS
    Apparently some tiers 1st flatten out their wire ('draad') before tying hence my Q We are discussing weight in this pattern aren't we...
    Barend Esterhuizen Pr Eng

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    LOLOL!

    3 latte en 'n platte...

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    Quote Originally Posted by troutmaster View Post
    LIKE!

    Awesome work as always G.

    Q: How did you decide on the x mm used, 4 for this, 6 for that, etc? Knowing you this wasn't merely a random number and then sticking to it
    Ag it depends hey, proportions, style of pattern,type of materials,swimming action,etc. Also, I'm a huge fan of hot thread heads so you have to always leave room for that too. Playing around is key..
    Gerrit Viljoen

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