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Thanks to cariocarj01, kelpie13, AllTru, mrcharly, Leshy, Statts, bigbush, and Pepper16 (first post of 2017)
Kitharode, thanks for the help
10 will give you a selection wide enough to tackle most situations. As long as you do not use a Reef Knot as a bend you will be fine.
Choose 10? The booklet started out with 10!
The only use for a sheep shank is to shorten a hoisting rope (when the cargo is larger than usual) in...
Thanks to Sailing_Swagman, davegreg, pinkfaery, Honest Outrage, country boy, mvmbushcraft, jackcbr, bgreen and Kitharode. Glad you liked it.
As to a new version ... no plans as yet. Thanks for asking.
Thanks to farfoodle, sandbender, John Fenna, richardhomer, MickeyW and duttytd for your posts.
Glad you liked the Knot Booklet.
It would seem we have a different understanding of "small"!
Drawings were designed to simplify tying the knot as much as possible, so in a way,...
Liked the Snuggle Hitch, but adding knots to the booklet is rather complicated and time consuming.
Is your friend familiar with the constrictor...
Just thought I would mention that the Knot Booklet has been designed so that one can zoom in a little bit before the image gets fuzzy.
Tis a Bowline, ABoK 1034½ to be precise. People tend to refer to the ABoK 1010, or just 1010 for short , when referring to the...
Thanks for the + StuMsg and Gooner and Joonsy
if you still have problems PM me with your email and I will send you the pdf Knot Booklet.
Have been working for a while on a Knot Pamphlet that, perhaps inevitably, morphed into a 40+ Knot Booklet.
Thought folks here might like to...