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third part on its way to the bight it
is to go through . Or,
to use other words,(with only 3 [alspaster?],
lay the first part over the Single Wall,
the second over the first part, and the
third over the second & through. the
bight of the first.* The
[?]general idea will be
understood at once from fig 3. p.141, where the
Single Wall is seen in the centre and
the loose crown surrounding it. On p 141.
figs 1a, 1b, represent this knot taut &
slightly loose; figs 2a, 2b, give it seen
from the top; fig 3 gives the Single Wall
nearly taut & the crown loose; fig 4.
give the detail of the entire knot loose;
& fig 5 is to illustrate the principle by
which it holds together (See "Characteristics"
- If it is desired to crown B (p. 131.)
take the parts round in the reverse di-
rection when making the crown.
- Finally pull taut, manipulate into
shape while so doing, & shorten ends.
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