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The sheet bend is related in structure to the bowline.
Sheet bend for joining the ends of two ropes, which need not be the same diameter.
The sheet bend is a knot made to join two ends of rope together.
Along with the bowline and the sheet bend, it is often considered one of the most important knots.
A sheet bend knot is a quick way to fasten two lines temporarily.
They are sealed by viton or a metal sheet bend in direction of the higher pressure.
Althea watched silently as she awkwardly put a double sheet bend into the lines.
Sheet bends are also used for netting.
Double sheet bend for tying the ends of two dissimilarly sized ropes together.
The knot formed is a sheet bend.
Sheet bend: Need a longer rope?
A becket hitch has the same structure as the sheet bend, which joins, or "bends", the ends of two ropes together.
A proper bend knot, for instance a sheet bend or double fisherman's knot, should be used instead.
One type of weaver's knot is topologically equivalent to a sheet bend, but is tied (usually in smaller stuff) with a different approach.
Sheet bend There are also a number of specialized pioneering knots that are used to add safety and functionality to pioneering projects:
The Ashley Book of Knots states that it is "distinctly inferior" to the standard bowline because of its similarity to the left-hand sheet bend.
The sheet bend (also known as becket bend, weaver's knot and weaver's hitch) is a bend, that is, a knot that joins two ropes together.
When lines are of unequal diameter or rigidity it is necessary for security to "double" the sheet bend by making an additional round turn below the first and again bringing the working end back under itself.
In the reef knot and granny knot, the standing ends enter the short side, while in the double coin knot and the sheet bend, the standing ends enter the long side.
The structure of the bowline is identical to that of the sheet bend, except the bowline forms a loop in one rope and the sheet bend joins two ropes.
While it might appear that parts of these works could be produced from commercially available netting, Ms. Medel regards the endless tying of the sheet bend, a knot used by sailors, as a significant aspect of the work.
However, in many cases, a loop is formed in the left side of the crownpiece and the right side of the crownpiece simply is brought over the horse's head, through the loop and tied with a sheet bend.
The running highwayman's hitch, mooring hitch, or sliding sheet bend is a hitch knot tied by looping the end of the rope around an object, and then fixing it to the standing part with a highwayman's hitch.
(Lines of equal size may be joined with a sheet bend, of course, but when one is larger, it plays the simpler role of the red line shown in the infobox, rather than forming the nipped hitch as the green line does.)
Knots which have been called single carrick bend in various knotting books include the reef knot, the sheet bend, the granny knot, the thief knot, and even several arrangements that fail to form a knot at all, and simply fall apart.
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