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147
would equally form a Single Wall &
Single Crown without projecting ends if
they were small enough to be closely
together. ^& in any case could not be separate. The explanation is to be found
in fig 5 which shows that, viewed from
another point, the red entirely surrounds
a bight of the violet which is kept
from being pulled through by the blue
strand acting as pin. Each part
in turns serves in all three capacities
illustrated in fig 5, so that all the
bights are kept in position, the
general principle being that of a
padlocked box fastening, or such
fastenings with wooden pins as are
comon on baskets with lids. In
fig 5, if the red & blue were joined
along the doted line, a weaver knot
would be represented, and it will be
remembered that a peculiarity of that
knot was that it would naturally
lie on the corner of a square box,

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