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cf: Workshops Receipts V. 386. Emcycl. Brit. XVII. 359
Hasluck: "Knotting & Splicing." p 125.
Netting.
[3 Diagrams vertically] a
c
b
Fig 2.
The implements used in netting are
a needle or spool of smooth wood,
bone or metal of the shape a or
b, ^in fig 2. on which the twine is wound:
a mesh-pin of spool mesh-peg, c, of one
of the same materials, which may be flat
round, or of any section, provided it
is smooth & uniform.
usually
but sometimes in the form of a
small rod, of which the chief re-
quisites are that it shall be of
uniform width or diameter and quite
smooth.
and a stout cord or foun-
dation with joined ends, which can
be strained against a hook or the foot
of the worker. The size of the mesh

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