Henry Bushby Transcription Pages
You don't have permission to transcribe this page.
Current Page Transcription [history]
knots only the last e, is pro-
perly employed. The brooch knot
has its parts opened;
^t and the
reef knot at d is strained al-
most out of recognition; ^and
two bights at the top are crossed
so as to cut one another if
possible. Convenience, however, over-
rides all these objections (See p 239.)
s & Jury Knots can
be easily adapted to tying corks.
The two bights should be tied together
above the cork with a separate piece
of string, or made long enough to
be themselves tied.
You don't have permission to discuss this page.