@Giraffe18 I started it like a normal alpha but I worked backwards and knotted the “o” first. It’s a double sided keychain so I knotted the word “ohana” twice and folded it over in the key ring and glued it together.
@BracBy_Ave that depends on which letters you use. Look at which letter reaches the highest and which reaches the lowest. Based on that and if and how many empty rows you want to add on top and on bottom you can figure out the amount of base strings you need. It can help to draw the letters you use on graph paper in the order you need. This way you have a better idea how big your pattern will be 😄