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197<br>however it will be uneven.  This must<br>be corrected by making both parts<br>of the cord even, beginning from the<br>tassel, and the round turned must<br>be tightened for each part independently.<br>By pulling pup the bight & working the slack into the round turns the tassel <i>^bugle</i><br>hangs lower, & <u>vice versa</u>.  It is likely<br>that there will be too much length of<br>cord between the bight and the tassel <i>^bugle</i>, which<br>is not smart.  If so, take the whole<br>thing off; lay the bight a little less<br>far down & try to get an extra round<br>turn on with the doubled parts. The<br>tassel <i>^bugle</i><br> ought to have only just room<br>enough to <s>get</s> <i>^squeeze</i> through the bight.<br>The business is complicated by the fact<br>that the tassel <i>^bugle</i><br> has to pass through the<br>parts of the hilt, <s>and</s> <i>^so that</i> the exacted-<br>justment of the bight
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197<br>however it will be uneven.  This must<br>be corrected by making both parts<br>of the cord even, beginning from the<br>tassel, and the round turned must<br>be tightened for each part independently.<br>By pulling pup the bight & working the slack into the round turns the tassel <i>^bugle</i><br>hangs lower, & <u>vice versa</u>.  It is likely<br>that there will be too much length of<br>cord between the bight and the tassel <i>^bugle</i>, which<br>is not smart.  If so, take the whole<br>thing off; lay the bight a little less<br>far down & try to get an extra round<br>turn on with the doubled parts. The<br>tassel <i>^bugle</i><br> ought to have only just room<br>enough to <s>get</s> <i>^squeeze</i> through the bight.<br>The business is complicated by the fact<br>that the tassel <i>^bugle</i><br> has to pass through the<br>parts of the hilt, <s>and</s> <i>^so that</i> the exacted-<br>justment of the bight at the commence-<br>meant is a matter of some nicety.<br>Uses: For ornamenting hilts: <br>Characteristics: A form of whipping.

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however it will be uneven. This must
be corrected by making both parts
of the cord even, beginning from the
tassel, and the round turned must
be tightened for each part independently.
By pulling pup the bight & working the slack into the round turns the tassel ^bugle
hangs lower, & vice versa. It is likely
that there will be too much length of
cord between the bight and the tassel ^bugle, which
is not smart. If so, take the whole
thing off; lay the bight a little less
far down & try to get an extra round
turn on with the doubled parts. The
tassel ^bugle
ought to have only just room
enough to get ^squeeze through the bight.
The business is complicated by the fact
that the tassel ^bugle
has to pass through the
parts of the hilt, and ^so that the exacted-
justment of the bight at the commence-
meant is a matter of some nicety.
Uses: For ornamenting hilts:
Characteristics: A form of whipping.