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71
Studdingsail ^(Stu'nsail) Jutsom p 17. Halyard Bend.

Other names: Studdingsail Bend (Bushell
10.B.) Topsail Halyard Bend (H. 33. iv. B.
When a 3-fold instead of a 2-fold.) (Jutsum
P 17)


[Diagram]
[Caption: N. fig 36
E.B.xxi.591.10.] [Caption: H. 33iv.B.]

To make: As the Fisherman's Bend
(p 65) but instead of making finishing
with a half hitch round b, tuck a
under the [Mark indicating transposition of first turn to turn first] made as in figs 1
& 2 [?sufra-]

Uses: as indicated by it's name, and
in cases where a close-lying knot
is wanted. Cf p. 65. [Pencilled in: Never seen
on deepwater ships, b ^No2 u s somers used
on board yachts u 1 Jutsum, 16.]

Characteristics: A twofold (fig 1) or
threefold (fig 2) knot (quipu form)
with the short end secured by

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