running knot

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running knot

n.

run′ning knot′


n.
a slipknot.
[1640–50]
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I tried to get some loose rope, I thought it would be a slip knot but it wasn't."
Today's younger generation might be computer literate and totally savvy when it comes to any high-tech challenge, but how are they when it comes to whittling wood, tying a reef knot (or a 'nonslip slip knot' as we Cubs knew it), lighting a campfire or having a complete grasp of the words and chorus of that gibberish but classic Scout song Ging Gang Gooly?
Put a slip knot made from the yarn that will go over forefinger on the top needle.
Once the cover was taut, he tied a slip knot into the cord.
The suture tape was then tied at area of dorsal to dorsal and ventral to ventral in slip knot (Fig.
The clip shows Rick teaching Michonne and Carl how to trap animals with the help of simple slip knot.
Notes: Rib cast on: Make a slip knot. B: take needle with slip knot in left hand, and free needle in right hand.
Pull a second loop of the backing through the double surgeon's loop to form a slip knot. Take the spool off the reel.
That was where I learned the art of creating parcels held with a slip knot. After my first month, during which I proved my worth, I was presented with my very own pair of scissors.
These usually include a simple thumb knot (also used as a stopper knot), a granny knot (two thumb knots jammed together), a reef knot (two opposite-handed thumb knots - easier to undo), a slip knot loop (a thumb knot with a loop), a double slipped reef knot (a bow for tying shoe-laces), a simple necktie knot (technically, a topsail halyard bend!) and often a bowline loop, a clove hitch and a few more you remember from some youth organisation or a hobby you once had.