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151
Other names:
"Fend Offs"
H. 41.
Fenders[captions 1 2 3
(1) Pudding Fenders (figs 1 & 2). To make:
work any soft stuff into a sort of
cushion round a rope; make an eye
to hang the fender by (& another eye
opposite it if required). Parcel, marl &
then graft (iii 130 B) over, or cover
with canvas or leather according to
the size. Pudding fenders are ^usually shaped
like buns ^(fig 1), the flat side laying against
the side of the boat, or like sau-
sages (fig 2) and it ^the finishing off depends very
much on the fancy of the maker
and the size of the fender. Instead
of grafting a sort of wide network
of thickish rope may be employed, &
in fact any kind of pattern may be

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