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147<br><u>Nippers</u><br>N. p161. Burney 47<br>Make these like <br>fig 2. & not<br>chains.<br>[captions] 1.<br>2.<br>
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147<br><u>Nippers</u><br>N. p161. Burney 47<br>Make these like <br>fig 2. & not<br>chains.<br>[captions] 1.<br>2.<br>To make: <i>^Rhumbowline (rumble) and</i> ordinary <i>^soft</i> rope <s>is</s> <i>^are</i> often used <br>for nippers, but sometimes nippers <br>are made as follows: Take sufficient <br><s> rhumbowline ("rumble") or soft rope<br>or</s>yarns or foxes to make 8 to 10 <br>yards of nipper (<s>or</s> more or less ac-<br>cording to the purpose in view), and <br>having laid them together & stretched them, put a ring, grommet or <br>eye of some kind round them which <br>will just contain them.  Fix taut in <br>a convenient position and marl with <br>spunyarn or foxes, pushing the ring
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To make: Rhumbowline (rumble) and ordinary soft rope are often used for nippers, but sometimes nippers are made as follows: Take sufficient yarns or foxes to make 8 to 10 yards of nipper (more or less according to the purpose in view), and having laid them together & stretched them, put a ring, grommet or eye of some kind round them which will just contain them.  Fix taut in a convenient position and marl with spunyarn or foxes, pushing the ring
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147
Nippers
N. p161. Burney 47
Make these like
fig 2. & not
chains.
[captions] 1.
2.
To make: ^Rhumbowline (rumble) and ordinary ^soft rope is ^are often used
for nippers, but sometimes nippers
are made as follows: Take sufficient
rhumbowline ("rumble") or soft rope
or
yarns or foxes to make 8 to 10
yards of nipper (or more or less ac-
cording to the purpose in view), and
having laid them together & stretched them, put a ring, grommet or
eye of some kind round them which
will just contain them. Fix taut in
a convenient position and marl with
spunyarn or foxes, pushing the ring