slip knot


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slip knot

one in which the second and subsequent throws can still be snugged down to the surface. The knot is secured with a square knot for the last two throws.
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This gradual but inexorable tightening of the slip knot to the point where individual country initiative has been stifled, goes well beyond the original concept of the founding fathers of the Common Market," he added.
David Wackett, 25, tied a rope to a lamp-post and put a slip knot around his neck before climbing into his car.
He saw the brown-and-white Staffordshire bull terrier bitch with a blue rope tied tightly around her neck in a slip knot.
Then I grabbed a rope from a boat, tied a slip knot in it and lowered it down to Sean.
Make a slip knot in the end of the string material and slip it over the wing nut that tightens the non-movable swingarm on the jig.
With a piece of thread make a tiny loop or slip knot.
Jaworska was 15 when she wound a cream dressing gown cord twice around Kerry's neck, tightened the cord with a slip knot and choked the life out of the innocent 18-year-old as she slept.
The brindle and white Staffordshire bull terrier bitch had a blue rope tied very tight around her neck in a slip knot.
1 Make a slip knot, leaving a short tail (at least 4"); place
1 Make a slip knot with a tail long enough to cast on required number of stitches (about 1/2" per stitch); place slip knot on needle.
HAT With one strand each of A and B, form a slip knot leaving a yarn tail approximately 6" long.
1 Make a slip knot, leaving a short tail (at least 4"); place J slip knot on left needle.