For rings with pairs of bands in the top X at the top center of
the ring, when you hold the band marked -Greene- there is another held
with it to make a pair, and a pair of bands at the very bottom.
The Band or Bands at the bottom is (are) brought toward you and
up, like a book being closed.After it is brought up it is in front of
the one marked -Greene-. The band that was brought up from the bottom
turned around. The right side comes toward you, the left side moves
away from you. The band turns
like a top turning on its point. After turning it around, this band is
placed against the one that is
covering up the -Greene-.
The sides, shown with color dots on the tips, slide through the
openings created in what will be the top
of the ring. Each pair of sides is slid along to get their tips into
the center of the ring. The flat back
of each is outside the ring.
The sides are now folded up, starting with the upper one on the
side close to you. It is shown with the
color dot. Its tip must pass over the tips of the other three, also
marked with dots. The next band to bring up is the upper one on the far
side. Its tip (red dot) has two other tips to pass over. The third band
to bring up with the brown dot is on the closer side, and its tip
passes over the turquoise dot tip of the last piece. This going back
and forth side to side places the sides in an alternating fashion.
Mark M Holmes
Fax. +49 (0)6272-3075