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The new encyclopedia of knots
Derek E. Avery

The new encyclopedia of knots
Derek E. Avery.

Published by Brockhampton Press in London, U.K .
Written in English.

About the Book

Here it is ,the ultimate answer top all those knotty questions. Here you can see just how to tie knots, splices, hitches, bends and decorative knots. This book spans the entire range, from the simplest tying of shoe laces and neckties to the most complicated and time-consuming decorative stopper knots. All of the traditional sailing knots, as well as those only recently recognised and specially designed to counter the slipperiness of some modern synthetic ropes are included, with easy - to - follow instructions and detailed illustrations which use a second colour to show the most intricate construction fo the knot. The New Encyclopedia of Knots describes the nature and properties of the different types of rope available, as well as explaining their uses, and highlights those which are best suited for particular knots.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class 623.8882 AVE
Library of Congress VM533 .A93 1997.

The Physical Object

Pagination 191 p. :
Number of pages 191

ID Numbers

Open Library OL22594839M
ISBN 10 0860190005, 0860190005, 1860191908
Library Thing 2314734
Goodreads 4787559

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November 16, 2008 Created by ImportBot Initial record created, from University of Toronto MARC record.