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any 3 adjacent bights, joining 2 adjacent
parts, each in a different bight (thus
making a twist) joining the part farthest
away from the twist ^ [sorthing?] the half circumference to the part nearest
it ^ the twist on the same side of it, and
joining the remaining ^ outside parts, ^ on either side of the uncut bight or bights. keeping
the crossings alternate.
(It will be noticed on p13 that
all the 3 bight methods deal with adjacent bights.)
With regard to the formation of the
granny (pp21-3) it will be noticed that
every alternate 2z knot in S2 has op-
posite bights on different cords. Such knots
are 2b 2c, 6b 6c, 10b10c &c. while the knots
3b 3c 4b 4c, 8b 8c, 12b 12c, have them on the same.
Hence it may be laid down as a general
rule that: An i.k.
of the granny type
may be formed with the same no. of C. on
1z from every knot in S2 (except 2b 2c) with
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