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This is a plain woven mat, referred to as "square" even though the side is one loop longer than the end, because it's as close to square as one can get in a single-line pattern of this sort. (Similarly, a Turk's head is referred to as "square" if it has a number of leads and number of bights that are different from each other by one, i.e., a five-lead by six-bight.)
Two "square" mats, 6x7
Looked like it was just itching to be part of a flat linked chain, so I made it into a bracelet. Here are the first few links, before fusing the ends within the knots.
Celtic panel chain section
Now it's done, with seven links altogether. I'm not totally sure how to do the clasp, but this seems like a good interim solution. Scroll down further for a closeup of how it works.
Celtic panel bracelet.
I've established that it is possible to put it on one-handed, as a matter of fact, though it might look a bit challenging.
Celtic panel bracelet spiral clasp.
Here it is partially inserted... it's a little "sticky" and nas to be wiggled just a bit, but this is all to the good, since that means it's less likely to come apart unexpectedly.
Celtic panel bracelet spiral clasp partly engaged.

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