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Submitted by: Larry Goldstein
How do you tie the knot?
Submitted by: Anthony
This knot was "knot" so easy for me.
Submitted by: Knot Master
Just make a bight, like you're starting a sheet bend, and weave the other rope through it.
Submitted by: JP
What is it called when the both sides have a crossing loop?
Submitted by: david
easy knot knot master has the right idea
Submitted by: tk
If you tied this knot, but instead of leading the end back through the loop on the right, like a reef knot, you lead it under the incoming line, like a sheet bend, what is it called?
Submitted by: Dan Lehman
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This knot was first presented by Asher in his _A New System of Knotting_,
pub'd in 1986 by the IGKT.
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