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Henry Bushby Transcription Pages

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22<br>is required to “brede” the edges to-<br>gether.<br>The distance from knot to knot<br>must be kept as far as can<br>be judged equal to one of the<br>four sides of an inner mesh.<br>The knots require to be pulled<br>very tight and, if necessary, mani-<br>pulated into true weaver’s knots.<br>Otherwise they may take <s>this</s> <i>^ the</i>form<br><i>^ in fig 15</i>and slip:-<br>[Caption: (Slipping Knot)] [Caption: (the same loosened.)]<br>This is especially important in the case of the R. hand knots.<br>The bottom meshes of a <s>kno</s> net<br>after it has been breded can be<br>drawn together to form a bag by<br>passing a bit of the twine twice<br>
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22<br>is required to “brede” the edges to-<br>gether.<br>The distance from knot to knot<br>must be kept as far as can<br>be judged equal to one of the<br>four sides of an inner mesh.<br>The knots require to be pulled<br>very tight and, if necessary, mani-<br>pulated into true weaver’s knots.<br>Otherwise they may take <s>this</s> <i>^ the</i> form<br><i>^ in fig 15</i> and slip:-<br>[Caption: (Slipping Knot)] [Caption: (The same loosened.)]<br>This is especially important in the case of the R. hand knots.<br>The bottom meshes of a <s>kno</s> net<br>after it has been breded can be<br>drawn together to form a bag by<br>passing a bit of the twine twice<br>

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is required to “brede” the edges to-
gether.
The distance from knot to knot
must be kept as far as can
be judged equal to one of the
four sides of an inner mesh.
The knots require to be pulled
very tight and, if necessary, mani-
pulated into true weaver’s knots.
Otherwise they may take this ^ the form
^ in fig 15 and slip:-
[Caption: (Slipping Knot)] [Caption: (The same loosened.)]
This is especially important in the case of the R. hand knots.
The bottom meshes of a kno net
after it has been breded can be
drawn together to form a bag by
passing a bit of the twine twice