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We've gathered of our favorite songs and rhymes from all the continents of the globe. Over pages! Each song includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation, and most include sheet music. All include links to web pages where you can listen to recordings, hear the tune or watch a video performance. Each includes a beautiful illustration. Many have commentary sent to us by our correspondents who write about the history of the songs and what they've meant in their lives. We hope this book will help foster a love of international children's songs!
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Mama Lisa's Blog. Anyone can make these, here's how. Knot tying has always been one of my poorest skills. I think I actually earned the Velcro merit badge back in Boy Scouts instead. So, when it comes to using them, I need simple, easy, reliable ones that are still capable of performing real work, across a diverse array of tasks. These are the five knots I've learned and rely on.
They get me through pretty much anything.
"If a string is in a knot, Patience will untie it." – A Poem about Patience
The more knots you tie in a rope, line or string, the more you reduce its strength. And, the right knot won't slide or come undone when you don't want it to, but may still be easy to reposition, adjust or untie. That's why learning to use the right knot for the job is so important.
- Hook Removal - String Yank Knot Tying Instructions.
- Making a Knotted Rosary: 13 Steps.
- Which Knot Should I Use?.
- L’ARTE DI PERSUADERE - Il ragionamento argomentativo: strutture e strategie (Linguaggi e Parole Vol. 1) (Italian Edition).
- Salem (Then and Now).
- We thought the Incas couldn't write. These knots change everything | New Scientist!
- Dangerous Days in the Roman Empire: Terrors and Torments, Diseases and Deaths.
You wouldn't think that something as simple as tying a knot could be dangerous, but depending on what you end up using it for, a broken line or a slipped knot could hurt or kill someone. Or, your cargo could simply fly off the roof of your car. To avoid that happening, you need to practice; only ever use a knot you're sure of. To get the most from your knot tying, you'll also want to work with clean, dry cordage of an appropriate strength, size and elasticity for the job.
If you're not sure how much a rope can hold, don't trust your life to it. When you're making a knot, it's important to keep the line from twisting, binding and to try and keep tension even throughout its construction. That's going to be easiest on a flat surface, as you see here, keeping the knot spread out and flat allows you to observe its form and adjust the lengths of its individual parts as you tinker with it.
Don't assume you can just watch one of these gifs then rely on that knowledge next time you're in the outdoors or standing in the home depot parking lot with a pile of lumber. Practice them at home, practice them in the field on non-critical jobs and, only when you're confident in them, start relying on them instead of that handy Velcro kit.
Need to rescue someone? Throw them a bow line, which won't ever slip or tighten. That avoids injury and gives them a secure loop to grab, step in or put their arms through.
We thought the Incas couldn't write. These knots change everything
Bow lines also make great handles, again because the loop will never, ever slip. It's also incredibly quick and simple to tie, even with cold, wet, shaking hands. Create a loop by passing the working end of the line over the top of its body. The rabbit comes out of the hole, runs around the back of the tree, then jumps back down. Pull it tight at your desired size for the loop and you're done.
Want to tie a rope to something? This is how you do that. Use the two half hitches to tie off a tarp or hammock with a strong, quick, secure connection.
- Prohibido enamorarse (Deseo) (Spanish Edition);
- La Bible des Enfants - Bande dessinée Nouveau Testament (French Edition)!
- Basic Knots for Beginners.
- Strings And Knots: Inca’s Cryptic Writing System.
- Polarized Government: A Middle-Class Perspective!
Loop it up, over and through again and pull it tight. That's not going anywhere.
Want to tie a rope off to something, but be able to vary its length? Think tent guy line or similar. This is the easiest way to do that and the knot will hold its place on the line, so long as tension remains on it. Bring the working end of the line over its body. Pass it behind, on the loop side.