You should probably follow 2-ChainTab first to get a feel for how tabs go together, once done 4-Chain is easy enough pull off. This is mostly used for chains. It is possible to combine 2 4-Chains into a single branch making a Y shape. To start make sure you follow the ChainTab Prep.

  • Difficulty: 1/5 – Easy enough to do blindfolded
  • Flexibility: 4/5 – Flexible enough for any chain usage.
  • Tabs per ft: ~72

1. Arrange the tabs as shown below, basically 2 back-to-back and then another 2 on the outside of those.

2. Connect the bottom 2 tabs.

3. Then the top.

4. Simply continue on as long as you need.

 

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