Celtic Cross Stitch 30 Alphabet, Animal and Knotwork Projects
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Here are 30 fully detailed and charted projects, ranging from simple cards and pictures to a stunning rug. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. Show More Show Less. Add to Cart. Alternate ring hitching — covering a ring in hitching can prevent damage Anchor bend — attaching a rope to a ring or similar termination Angler's loop — knot which forms a fixed loop. Useful for fine or slippery line, it is one of the few loop knots which holds well in bungee cord. Arbor knot — attach fishing line to the arbor of a fishing reel Artillery loop a.
Celtic Cross Stitch: 30 Alphabet, Animal, and Knotwork Projects
Egg loop a. Falconer's knot — used in falconry to tether a bird of prey to a perch Farmer's loop — midline loop knot made with a bight Farrimond friction hitch — quick release adjustable friction hitch for use on lines under tension Fiador knot — decorative, symmetrical knot used in equine applications Figure-eight knot a.
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Icicle hitch — excellent for connecting to a post when weight is applied to an end running parallel to the post in a specific direction Improved clinch knot — used for securing a fishing line to the fishing lure In-line figure-eight loop directional figure eight — loop knot that can be made on the bight Italian hitch Munter hitch — simple knot commonly used by climbers and cavers as part of a life-lining or belay system. Jack Ketch's knot hangman's knot — well-known knot most often associated with its use in hanging a person Jamming knot — for constricting a bundle of objects Jug sling a.
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Karash double loop — A knot used to form leg loops as a makeshift harness Killick hitch — hitch knot used to attach a rope to oddly shaped objects Klemheist knot — friction hitch that grips a rope when weight is applied, and is free to move when the weight is released Knot of isis — ancient Egyptian symbol of the goddess Isis; similar to a knot used to secure the garments that the Egyptian gods wore Knute hitch. Lariat loop a.
Nail knot — used in fly fishing to attach the leader to the fly line Noose — loop at the end of a rope in which the knot slides to make the loop collapsible. Offset figure-eight bend — a poor knot that has been implicated in the deaths of several rock climbers One-sided overhand bend — used to join two ropes together Ossel hitch — used to attach a rope or line to an object Overhand bend — used to join two ropes together Overhand knot a.
French bowline — variant of the bowline with two loops that are adjustable in size Portuguese whipping — a type of whipping knot Power cinch trucker's hitch — commonly used for securing loads on trucks or trailers. Quick-release knot Highwayman's hitch — insecure, quick-release, draw loop hitch for trivial use.
Racking bend — knot for joining two ropes of different diameter Reef knot — simple binding knot used to secure a rope or line around an object Reever Knot - a secure and compact bend for joining two lines Rigger's bend a. Hunter's bend — used to join two lines Rigid double splayed loop in the bight — knot that contains two parallel loops Ringbolt hitching Ring bend water knot — for joining two ends of webbing together Ring hitch cow hitch — used to attach a rope to an object Ring knot water knot — for joining two ends of webbing together Rolling hitch — knot used to attach a rope to a rod, pole, or other rope Rosendahl bend Zeppelin bend — general purpose bend knot unique in the ease with which it is untied, even after heavy loading Round lashing Round turn and two half-hitches — hitch used to secure the end of a rope to a fixed object Round turn Running bowline Running highwayman's hitch Running knot slip knot — knots which attach a line to an object and tighten when tension is applied to the free end of the line.
Sailor's hitch — a secure, jam-proof hitch Sailor's knot a.
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Tape knot water knot — frequently used in climbing for joining two ends of webbing together Tarbuck knot — used by climbers and was primarily used with stranded nylon rope Taut-line hitch — adjustable loop knot for use on lines under tension Tensionless hitch — an anchor knot used for rappelling or rope rescue.
Tent hitch taut-line hitch — adjustable loop knot for use on lines under tension Thief knot — resembles the reef knot except that the free, or working, ends are on opposite sides Threefoil knot — another term for a trefoil knot Thumb knot a. Underhand knot — another name for a trefoil knot Underwriter's knot Uni knot — fishing knot used to attach fishing line to the arbor of a reel.