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119<br>of pairs of bights, produced by<br>the process illustrated in fig2, is<br>knotted. The Japanese appear to be<br>very fond of this knot.<br>Characteristics: The knot is the<br>same on both sides. <s>Its foundation<br>is two overhand knots.^<i>is a Threefold knot, which is equivalent to two interlaced</i><br></s> In this con-<br>nection it is interesting to compare<br>it with the  knots on pp<s>60/62</s><i>^74ff</i>. In<br>those cases it will be noted that<br>each of the two <i>^<s>interlaced</s></i> overhand knots sur-<br>rounds both parts of the top bight<br>or loop, whereas in this case they<br>do not. It cannot be made on a cord<br>with joined ends<br>If however it is desired to make<br>some such knot on a <s>string</s><i>^cord</i> with <s>closed</s><br>joined ends, the knot on p111. Must<br>be used, or one may proceed as fol-<br>lows:- Make as many <i>^similar</i> overhand <br>running knots as the intended number<br>of loops, by making <i>^similar</i> twists on the<br>
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119<br>of pairs of bights, produced by<br>the process illustrated in fig2, is<br>knotted. The Japanese appear to be<br>very fond of this knot.<br>Characteristics: The knot is the<br>same on both sides. <s>Its foundation<br>is two overhand knots.^<i>is a Threefold knot, which is equivalent to two interlaced</i></s> In this con-<br>nection it is interesting to compare<br>it with the  knots on pp<s>60/62</s><i>^74ff</i>. In<br>those cases it will be noted that<br>each of the two <i>^<s>interlaced</s></i> overhand knots sur-<br>rounds both parts of the top bight<br>or loop, whereas in this case they<br>do not. It cannot be made on a cord<br>with joined ends<br>If however it is desired to make<br>some such knot on a <s>string</s><i>^cord</i> with <s>closed</s><br>joined ends, the knot on p111. Must<br>be used, or one may proceed as fol-<br>lows:- Make as many <i>^similar</i> overhand <br>running knots as the intended number<br>of loops, by making <i>^similar</i> twists on the<br>

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119
of pairs of bights, produced by
the process illustrated in fig2, is
knotted. The Japanese appear to be
very fond of this knot.
Characteristics: The knot is the
same on both sides. Its foundation
is two overhand knots.^is a Threefold knot, which is equivalent to two interlaced
In this con-
nection it is interesting to compare
it with the knots on pp60/62^74ff. In
those cases it will be noted that
each of the two ^interlaced overhand knots sur-
rounds both parts of the top bight
or loop, whereas in this case they
do not. It cannot be made on a cord
with joined ends
If however it is desired to make
some such knot on a string^cord with closed
joined ends, the knot on p111. Must
be used, or one may proceed as fol-
lows:- Make as many ^similar overhand
running knots as the intended number
of loops, by making ^similar twists on the