Library Gallery
Search using this query type:

Search only these record types:




Advanced Search (Items only)

Scripto | Revision Difference | Transcription

Log in to Scripto | Recent changes | View item | View file | Transcribe page | View history

Henry Bushby Transcription pages

VM533B94v3-p215.jpg

Revision as of Apr 21, 2014, 4:33:36 AM
created by MMurray
Revision as of Apr 21, 2014, 4:34:59 AM
edited by MMurray
Line 1: Line 1:
215<br>Cf VI. 127 ft.  Having regard to<br>the many similar process there shown I<br>[Writing wraps around title: <u>Chain Sennit.</u>] doubt if this variation<br>on a tubular plait is worth<br>more than a note:<br><s>Figured (approximately) p. 205. fig 1.</s><br>To make: With the strands as<br>in fig 1. <s>p. 205, if it were desired to con-<br>tinue as Chain Sennit, twist 4 over 3,<br>6 over 4 [Deleted: & 3], 2 over [Deleted: 6, 3 & 4] 3 & 6,</s> twist<br>3 over 4 (fig 2); then 5 over 3 (fig3); 2<br>over 4 & 5 (fig 4); 6 over 3 & 2 (fig 5); &<br>1 over 4, 5 & 6 (fig 6.)  Then begin from<br>the inside again, twisting <i>^2</i> [Deleted: 6] over 1; then<br>[Deleted: 2] 6 over 2 [Deleted: 6], & so on, working to the out-<br>side.  The process is easier than would appear<br>from the description.<br>Uses: p 211.<br>Characteristics: <i>^Pulled into a cord it</i> <s>Much the same<br>as English Sennit, but</s> <s>thicker in<br>proportion to its breadth, &</s> somewhat<br>resembl[Deleted: ing] es a chain for which reason,<br>in default of a better name, the writer<br>calls it as above, believing it to be<br>an original method.  Any <i>^even</i> number of<br>strands may be used.  Cf also v. 165,<br>which however is a different plait.
+
215<br>Cf VI. 127 ft.  Having regard to<br>the many similar process there shown I<br>[Writing wraps around title: <u>Chain Sennit.</u>] doubt if this variation<br>on a tubular plait is worth<br>more than a note:<br><s>Figured (approximately) p. 205. fig 1.</s><br>To make: With the strands as<br>in fig 1. <s>p. 205, if it were desired to con-<br>tinue as Chain Sennit, twist 4 over 3,<br>6 over 4 [Deleted: & 3], 2 over [Deleted: 6, 3 & 4] 3 & 6,</s> twist<br>3 over 4 (fig 2); then 5 over 3 (fig3); 2<br>over 4 & 5 (fig 4); 6 over 3 & 2 (fig 5); &<br>1 over 4, 5 & 6 (fig 6.)  Then begin from<br>the inside again, twisting <i>^2</i> [Deleted: 6] over 1; then<br>[Deleted: 2] 6 over 2 [Deleted: 6], & so on, working to the out-<br>side.  The process is easier than would appear<br>from the description.<br>Uses: p 211.<br>Characteristics: <i>^Pulled into a cord it</i> <s>Much the same<br>as English Sennit, but</s> <s>thicker in<br>proportion to its breadth, &</s> somewhat<br>resembl[Deleted: ing]es a chain for which reason,<br>in default of a better name, the writer<br>calls it as above, believing it to be<br>an original method.  Any <i>^even</i> number of<br>strands may be used.  Cf also v. 165,<br>which however is a different plait.

Revision as of Apr 21, 2014, 4:34:59 AM

215
Cf VI. 127 ft. Having regard to
the many similar process there shown I
[Writing wraps around title: Chain Sennit.] doubt if this variation
on a tubular plait is worth
more than a note:
Figured (approximately) p. 205. fig 1.
To make: With the strands as
in fig 1. p. 205, if it were desired to con-
tinue as Chain Sennit, twist 4 over 3,
6 over 4 [Deleted: & 3], 2 over [Deleted: 6, 3 & 4] 3 & 6,
twist
3 over 4 (fig 2); then 5 over 3 (fig3); 2
over 4 & 5 (fig 4); 6 over 3 & 2 (fig 5); &
1 over 4, 5 & 6 (fig 6.) Then begin from
the inside again, twisting ^2 [Deleted: 6] over 1; then
[Deleted: 2] 6 over 2 [Deleted: 6], & so on, working to the out-
side. The process is easier than would appear
from the description.
Uses: p 211.
Characteristics: ^Pulled into a cord it Much the same
as English Sennit, but
thicker in
proportion to its breadth, &
somewhat
resembl[Deleted: ing]es a chain for which reason,
in default of a better name, the writer
calls it as above, believing it to be
an original method. Any ^even number of
strands may be used. Cf also v. 165,
which however is a different plait.