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146 [follows - 140.]
If the process of single crowning is con-^re-
tinious^peated continiously a pretty result is obtained, &
excellent "fenders" or guards for the sides
of boats, ^gaskets, stoppers might be so made either with
three (or more) strands or with separate
cords.^p [?] With 3 strands only the effect
is as in fig . * This would also
serve as a handle on
a rope or cord. If made
slack & strained it forms
a kind of triple chain
knot (Ch 1 203, 245.) It may
be tapered by dropping strands at inter-
vals. The ends may be part [?]
[?] the chain or single walled
& crowned, or double walled & double crowned,
or diamond knotted^single walled & laid up again, or made into
any rope end knot desired or they may be
worked downwards & round under the bights. The ends of
Uses: In connection^combination with a single wall
as a rope end knot. dropped stands must
be so treated.
p 198,
Characteristics: a single wall upside down
[?Hendles] by walking down a rope or, instead of upwards
the effect shown
in the figure on this [p 150 follows]
page is obtained.

\*[inserted text] Alternative
crowning right
& left as on
page 198 may be
employed. The
effect (with 3,
strands) is much
the same.

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