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Knot tying is not just for those interested in sailing and other outdoor pursuits; many people find it as absorbing as solving a crossword puzzle or reading a good book. The Complete Book of Decorative Knots contains easy-to-follow expert instruction in how to tie over 80 elaborate knots, ranging form the simple to the more complex. The book is divided into five sections of different elaborate knots - lanyard knots, button knots and globe knots, Turk's heads, mats and hitching, and chains and plaits. Every section contains background information on the history, lore and accreditation of the knots featured. Color illustrations guide you step-by-step through the stages of tying each knot. As well as being attractive, the knots featured have a wide variety of practical uses, such as for hammocks, door mats and bell pulls.
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Dress and set the knot by sequentially pulling on all four rope segments. To untie, loosen the collars that form around each Standing Part SPart.
Zeppelin bend forming a loop: the four stages of the method starting with a "clover leaf" - flattened overhand knot; Red line: ends of the overhand knot, Green line: ends of the underhand Another method of remembering this knot is to visualize a "69". The '6' being Z chirality and the '9' being S chirality.
Note that it is equally possible to reverse this using '96' S-Z instead or Z-S. To tie the knot, follow the steps below: Make a "6" with the line rope in your left hand. It is important that the working end the free, short end winds up on top of the standing end for the "6". Make a "9" with the line in your right hand. Make sure that the standing part crosses over the working end of the "9". While keeping both "numbers" intact, place the "6" over the "9", with the circle parts of each number lining up.
Pass the "tail" of the "6" down, over itself, and up through the middle circle part of your "69". Pass the "tail" part of the "9" up over itself and down through the middle circle part of your "69". Decorative lanyard made using a series of Crown knots.
A secure stopper knot which cannot be untied. Component of rope halter or hackamore horse headgear. Creates a flat four-stranded decorative braid. A decorative solid braid that can also be used for hair. A neat symmetrical braid useful for decoration.
Makes an adjustable splice for multi-strand rope.