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Make two similar overhand knots inter-<br>laced, as in fig 1. Turn the left knot<br>round as in fig 2, & pull out bights<br>right & left as indicated. Then equa-<br>lise the loops & tighten. (* >)<br>Uses: An ornamental knot. In Japan<br>a tassel or tassels are attached to the bottom<br>ends, and the arrangement is hung in<br>girls’ hair, under lanterns, and in fact<br>almost everywhere it can be introduced.<sup>&sect;</sup> Some-<br>times the top loop is represented by loose<br>ends; <s>and</s> <i>^or</i> on two long strings a succession<br>
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Make two similar overhand knots inter-<br>laced, as in fig 1. Turn the left knot<br>round as in fig 2, & pull out bights<br>right & left as indicated. Then equa-<br>lise the loops & tighten. (* >)<br>Uses: An ornamental knot. In Japan<br>a tassel or tassels are attached to the bottom<br>ends, and the arrangement is hung in<br>girls’ hair, under lanterns, and in fact<br>almost wherever it can be introduced.<sup>&sect;</sup> Some-<br>times the top loop is represented by loose<br>ends; <s>and</s> <i>^or</i> on two long strings a succession<br>

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117

cf 5.259.

To make:
[Diagrams] (in this
diagram
the L. knot
is too low.

Make two similar overhand knots inter-
laced, as in fig 1. Turn the left knot
round as in fig 2, & pull out bights
right & left as indicated. Then equa-
lise the loops & tighten. (* >)
Uses: An ornamental knot. In Japan
a tassel or tassels are attached to the bottom
ends, and the arrangement is hung in
girls’ hair, under lanterns, and in fact
almost wherever it can be introduced.§ Some-
times the top loop is represented by loose
ends; and ^or on two long strings a succession