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The Ashley Book of Knots is an encyclopedia of knots written and illustrated by the American artist Clifford W. Ashley. First published in , it was the. The sailor, from the very nature of his craft, has a dependence u on rope and a consequent familiarity with knots that is demanded o no other workman. It follows . The Ashley Book of Knots and Macrame. working with rope, line and plating Every practical Knot, what it looks like, Who uses it, where it comes.

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The Ashley Book Of Knots

download The Ashley Book of Knots Main by Clifford W. Ashley (ISBN: ) from site's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible. This is the definitive book on knots. Here are approximately different kinds, from simple hitches to “Marlinspike Seamanship.” Mr. Ashley has included. The Ashley Book of Knots book. Read 39 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is the definitive book on knots. Here are approximate .

The numbers Ashley assigned to each knot can be used to unambiguously identify them. This helps to identify knots despite local colloquialisms or identification changes. For example, the main entry for is in the chapter on binding knots but it is also listed as in a chapter on occupational knot usage. The Ashley Book of Knots was compiled and first published before the introduction of synthetic fiber ropes, during a time when natural fiber cordage - typically twisted, laid, or braided rope - was most commonly used. The commentary on some knots may fail to address their behavior when tied with modern synthetic fiber or kernmantle style ropes. Corrections and additions[ edit ] Ashley suffered a debilitating stroke the year after the book was published. Corrections submitted by the International Guild of Knot Tyers were incorporated in Spring Knotting Matters. London: International Guild of Knot Tyers 11 : 6—7. London: International Guild of Knot Tyers 37 : Additionally, this IGKT posting contains many verifiable examples. Clifford W. The Ashley Book of Knots.

Even if you don't like knotcraft, you simply have to get ahold of this book for a few moments just to flip through. You'll be amazed.

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More a history of different knots and their uses than how to actually tie them. Most other books of knots are based on this. Feb 12, Robert rated it it was amazing More knots then the internet, honestly in a decision between referencing the internet or this book, I would look in the book first!

The internet has lots of knots and knowledge but it's fragmented and incomplete, you can search for days Or pick up a copy of this book if you have any interest in knot work! Feb 27, Kevin rated it it was amazing Clifford W.

Ashley was born in at the whaling port of New Bedford, Massachusetts. He sailed on many kinds of boats in many capacities, from ship's surgeon to interested observer.

His ruling passions were marine painting and knot-tying, on which he was one of the world's leading authorities. His paintings are represented in the permanent collection of many American museums and libraries.

He spent six weeks on the whaling ship Sunbeam. During the voyage he witnessed the hunt and killing of th Clifford W.

The Ashley Book of Knots

For example, the main entry for is in the chapter on binding knots but it is also listed as in a chapter on occupational knot usage. The Ashley Book of Knots was compiled and first published before the introduction of synthetic fiber ropes, during a time when natural fiber cordage - typically twisted, laid, or braided rope - was most commonly used.

The commentary on some knots may fail to address their behavior when tied with modern synthetic fiber or kernmantle style ropes.

Ashley suffered a debilitating stroke the year after the book was published. Corrections submitted by the International Guild of Knot Tyers were incorporated in At least one knot, the Hunter's bend A , was added in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It shows a sailor displaying a Tom fool's knot.

Doubleday, p. World Scientific Publishing, pp. Spring Knotting Matters. International Guild of Knot Tyers September , "The Ashley Book of Knots: Additionally, this IGKT posting contains many verifiable examples.

The Ashley Book of Knots by Clifford W. Ashley

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