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Granny Weavers, Bowlines &c.
Other names: See p. 3.
Figured p.64. figs
[Caption: Taut. (ii.64.col 1.l. 1.)]
To make: (See [Deleted: ?] figures on p.64.) Make
a bull loop (fig o) with one part & put the end of
the other part twice through it over the crossed part. Tighten.
Uses: As true Weavers &c. [q.v.?]
Characteristics: These knots differ from
the true Weavers in the point that the
parts of the lion loop [emerge?] from the
bight of the bull loop on opposite sides.
(ii. 15.) Each form of the true weaver gives
rise to two grannies, of which therefore
there are four kinds. Each form of
granny weaver may be used to make
four different kinds of granny (inside)
bowline; and therefore there are sixteen

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