Here are the instructions for the above binding.
I have used 2mm double braid in the photos below, as the direction of the turns was hard to pick using the uniformly grey 2mm dyneema
In the actual dyneema
version above the low tension ring had a centre opening of 25mm. The strop was roughly equivalent to the thickness of 8mm dyneema with a central bury. The number of turns of binding I used was 8 on each side. Around 1.4 of 2mm dyneema was needed (I had cut 1.5m).
Note: The pattern of the turns used is not critical, nor is the number used. They are just used to lightly grip the dyneema loop, allowing it to still slide freely.
I tried a simpler cross over pattern, but the binding just felt too floppy. You can experiment
and see what pattern appeals most. I found this one snug, while allowing the ends to be fed up easily still once the "lacing" was done.
Find the halfway mark, place it near the end of the main loop (the position is not important as the "lacing" will freely slide when it comes time to insert the ring) with one end passing under and one over the two legs. Leave the two legs just a little further apart than the low tension ring hole diameter: