A Shooting Star

A contemporary string figure created by Yukio Shishido of Kyoto, Japan. A meteor or "shooting star" is the visible streak of light that occurs when a meteoroid enters the Earth's atmosphere and ignites. Most meteoroids are about the size of a pebble and vaporize completely. Those that reach the Earth's surface are called meteorites.

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Written Instructions (String Length: 1 span)

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Step 1 - Place loop on L1 and L5.

R hand, from above, enters the L1-L5 loop, passes away from you under L5f, and returns to an upright position.