weaver's hitch

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weav·er's hitch

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weaver's hitch

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weaver's knot

n
(Knots) another name for sheet bend
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Noun1.weaver's hitch - a hitch used for temporarily tying a rope to the middle of another rope (or to an eye)weaver's hitch - a hitch used for temporarily tying a rope to the middle of another rope (or to an eye)
hitch - a knot that can be undone by pulling against the strain that holds it; a temporary knot
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Warping: fluffs, oversized knots, very high frictions on the guiding systems, weavers knots executed incorrectly, portions with very low resistance that can fail at weaving, supplementary forces between yarns at weaving (Fig.