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the principle adopted in whipping.
A couple of turns are then taken
round the near side of the serving mallet and two or three more round
the handle (fig 2.) Sometimes turns are
taken round both sides of the mallet
before taking them round the handle,
and this plan has the advantage of
steadying the mallet. By this means
a strain is put on the spunyarn
and by revolving
itthe mallet steadily round
the rope as indicated in fig 2, the
service is put on tight & close. In
the figure the first few turns are
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