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263<br><u>Tassel Knot. (4)</u>  = S<sub>3</sub> <sup>8b</sup>/<sub>16c</sub><br>To make: <i> ^ Having fixed 7 pins as shown,</i> Lay down the blue part be-<br>ginning from <u>c</u> over itself every time<br>to <u>b</u>. Then the violet part from <u>c</u> under<br>all the blue parts till <u>d</u>, when it<br>goes over & then alternately under &<br>over every part, blue & violet to <u>a</u>.<br>There are no two overhands in the<br>plait knot here given, but it can be<br>seen that the type is the same.<br>[This knot is not suitable to make<br>in stiff <u>round</u> cord except very loosely, as<br>the alternate crossings bend it out of the<br>shape as figured.]<br>
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263<br><u>Tassel Knot. (4)</u>  = S<sub>3</sub> <sup>8b</sup><&frasl;><&frasl;><sub>16c</sub><br>To make: <i> ^ Having fixed 7 pins as shown,</i> Lay down the blue part be-<br>ginning from <u>c</u> over itself every time<br>to <u>b</u>. Then the violet part from <u>c</u> under<br>all the blue parts till <u>d</u>, when it<br>goes over & then alternately under &<br>over every part, blue & violet to <u>a</u>.<br>There are no two overhands in the<br>plait knot here given, but it can be<br>seen that the type is the same.<br>[This knot is not suitable to make<br>in stiff <u>round</u> cord except very loosely, as<br>the alternate crossings bend it out of the<br>shape as figured.]<br>

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263
Tassel Knot. (4) = S3 8b<⁄><⁄>16c
To make: ^ Having fixed 7 pins as shown, Lay down the blue part be-
ginning from c over itself every time
to b. Then the violet part from c under
all the blue parts till d, when it
goes over & then alternately under &
over every part, blue & violet to a.
There are no two overhands in the
plait knot here given, but it can be
seen that the type is the same.
[This knot is not suitable to make
in stiff round cord except very loosely, as
the alternate crossings bend it out of the
shape as figured.]