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    each circle has 16. I don't know of a video. In our most complex ones, we wrapped to 7, then 6 (which required one wrap to 5 to get all of them at 6), then to 5, then to 4 (which required a bunch of wraps to 3 to finish all of 4), then to 3, and finally to two and one, with a seventh wrap around the outside edges of one.