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fig 1. [a.] ="C." I.68. (or reverse) i.e. the
6c. 1.K. or plair called "A" later. (VII.II.)
fig 1. [b] = overhand.
fig 1. [c] = Crossed Running Knot I. 68. "A".
fig 1. [d] = Sailors Knot. I.
107 223. (figured I. 174 210.
col 3) with the non-running end made to
form a running knot round the running
part, above (as drawn opposite) the 1/2 hitches
fig 1. [e] = [diagram] = weaver.
fig 1 [f] = figure of 8.
fig 1. [g] = overhand
fig 1. [h], i.k. of 11c. of an ornamental
character. [The end a is, in fancy knots,
carried round several more times, & b
worked into a 4th loop.]
fig 1. [i] = [diagram] = 7c 3pt plait. VII.21.
fig 2. If the 2 ends are carried straight
up & joined above the knot (i.e. above its
centre X) there results the reverse weaver
of fig 1. [e]
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