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Just knit a round kumihimo arround a ballpen refill (I use a standard BIC).
When it is spent it can be replaced, although it is a little tricky.
<p>very intriguing! I love kumihimo and had to think for a minute about 4 strands with a bic in the center! As soon as I have an empty wheel I'll try this. Right now I am learning to make it with beads. Doing well with 1/8 inch ribbon and size 6 beads. The pens would make nice office type gifts ....</p>
Cool idea but im just checking is the pen flexible afterwards and if it is then is there a way to strengthen it so its easier to write with?
This doesn't show how to make it! <br>
Someone did it before me, but I did not know.<br> If you know about kumihimo simply try <a href="http://www.forofantasiasmiguel.com/tm.aspx?m=3422031&mpage=1" rel="nofollow">http://www.forofantasiasmiguel.com/tm.aspx?m=3422031&amp;mpage=1</a>
Looking forward to seeing the rest of the instructions - both how to make the braid and the 'tricky&quot; part of how to change out the pen.
&quot;Tricky&quot; because you must insert the new one very carefully, it takes more than one minute to me, and I've done it more than a few times. <br>And about how, I've try to do the vid, but I could not do it well (I've done a very well looking paper plane and didn't published it because the bad vid). <br>The braid itself is standard 8 strands round kumihimo, but with 4 threads and the bic refill in the middle instead of 8 threads and a weight in the center. <br>Lots of people teach you kumihimo in youtube, learn it and this one will be easy.

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