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To make ^<i> very carefully unlay the rope ^(which should be hand laid) to the point wher the knot is to be</i><br>Make three bights, and take the<br>free end of one round with the lay <s>over</s> in front of<br>the next bight and up through the next<br>but one; do the same with the end of<br>with that of the remaining one as<br>shown in the figures on pp.201, 203.<br>Pull tight evenly^<i>drawing the ends straight upwards,</i> and lay up the<br>strands above the knot again. <i>(this unlaying<br>& unlaying up are the most difficult to do satisfactorily.)</i><br>Uses: To afford a grip on the hands<br>or feet on a rope.<br>
 
To make ^<i> very carefully unlay the rope ^(which should be hand laid) to the point wher the knot is to be</i><br>Make three bights, and take the<br>free end of one round with the lay <s>over</s> in front of<br>the next bight and up through the next<br>but one; do the same with the end of<br>with that of the remaining one as<br>shown in the figures on pp.201, 203.<br>Pull tight evenly^<i>drawing the ends straight upwards,</i> and lay up the<br>strands above the knot again. <i>(this unlaying<br>& unlaying up are the most difficult to do satisfactorily.)</i><br>Uses: To afford a grip on the hands<br>or feet on a rope.<br>
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Characteristics: *There<s> are two</s> is only one form<s>s</s><br> of this knot <s> pp 201,A & 203 B</s> when plain rope is used<s> of which</s><br><s>one is the reflection of the other in a </s><br>

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                                             205
        Double Diamond Knot
Other names

To make ^ very carefully unlay the rope ^(which should be hand laid) to the point wher the knot is to be
Make three bights, and take the
free end of one round with the lay over in front of
the next bight and up through the next
but one; do the same with the end of
with that of the remaining one as
shown in the figures on pp.201, 203.
Pull tight evenly^drawing the ends straight upwards, and lay up the
strands above the knot again. (this unlaying
& unlaying up are the most difficult to do satisfactorily.)

Uses: To afford a grip on the hands
or feet on a rope.

Characteristics: *There are two is only one forms
of this knot pp 201,A & 203 B when plain rope is used of which
one is the reflection of the other in a