Library Gallery
Search using this query type:

Search only these record types:




Advanced Search (Items only)

Scripto | Transcribe Page

Log in to Scripto | Recent changes | View item | View file

Henry Bushby Transcription Pages

VM533B94v5-p269.jpg

« previous page | next page » |

You don't have permission to transcribe this page.

Current Page Transcription [history]

269
each side again (fig 8) and so con-
tinue, keeping all as tight as possible,
till the position in fig 16 is reached.
You may then put no 7 right through
the strands of 8 no 8 nettle, or knot
them together or attach them in any
neat way. The result will be as in
fig 1, and the free ends of the
nettles can be then attached to the
eyelet holes of the hammock.
Uses: As an ornament.
Characteristics: See p.91. Weaving
upwards, with a separate weft
& without tapering
, is the common
method of working throughout the
Far East in making bamboo blinds
&c. The twine warp is upright &
the strips of bamboo are laid in
it from above. Cf p 93.

You don't have permission to discuss this page.

Current Page Discussion [history]