Knots

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Whitecap Books, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 319 pages
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Easy-to-follow instructions and step-by-step illustrations. A comprehensive and practical pocket-sized guide, Knots provides easy-to-follow instructions for tying 120 knots. Step-by-step color illustrations demonstrate how to tie each knot. With a diverse range of knots having hundreds of practical applications, this handy book contains all the information and guidance that anyone -- including sailors, climbers and campers -- needs. The book also explains how to maintain rope-tying materials. With its clear instructions and illustrations, Knots will be welcome by both beginners and long-time enthusiasts.02

Easy-to-follow instructions and step-by-step illustrations.

A comprehensive and practical pocket-sized guide, Knots provides easy-to-follow instructions for tying 120 knots. Step-by-step color illustrations demonstrate how to tie each knot. With a diverse range of knots having hundreds of practical applications, this handy book contains all the information and guidance that anyone -- including sailors, climbers and campers -- needs.

The book also explains how to maintain rope-tying materials. With its clear instructions and illustrations, Knots will be welcome by both beginners and long-time enthusiasts.

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Contents

Introduction
7
Introduction and Terminology
22
Knots for Binding and Holding
59
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Gordon Perry is an active member of the International Guild of Knot Tyers and a regular demonstrator at shows. The editor of Knotting Matters for five years, he has conducted demonstrations of knotting and rope work at the New Bedford Whaling Museum in Massachusetts, and onboard the Charles W Morgan at Mystic, Connecticut.

Gordon Perry is an active member of the International Guild of Knot Tyers and a regular demonstrator at shows. The editor of Knotting Matters for five years, he has conducted demonstrations of knotting and rope work at the New Bedford Whaling Museum in Massachusetts, and onboard the Charles W Morgan at Mystic, Connecticut.

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