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THE LOOP WINDING PULL

THE LOOP WINDING PULL




      
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THE LOOP WINDING PULL


THE LOOP WINDING PULL

By V. RAY

One of the simplest, easiest and quickest methods of laying rod windings so as to conceal the ends is the following:

The winding is started by laying the free end under and taking three to five turns over it as shown in Fig. I. Have ready a bit of thread. either the same as the winding is being made of or, if that is too light in weight, a bit heavier. It is good policy to wax this bit of thread with ordinary beeswax. Make a loop of this bit, by it on the rod and proceed to wrap it under the last three or four turns of the winding. (Fig. 11.) Then clip the end of your winding silk, leaving an inch or two free and holding the wrapping firmly meanwhile with the thumb. Insert this free end into the loop as in Fig. 11. Then grasp the loose ends of the loop, which should be long enough to give a secure hold, and, still holding the wrapping to prevent loosening give the loop a quick, snappy pull. This brings the loop out from under the turns which were taken over it and with it thy free end of the winding. Cut off both free ends closely and the winding is complete. Do not use the same place in the loop thread for more than one tie, as the friction of dragging the fret end under wears it pretty thin and it is annoying to have the loop break just as one has nearly completed the winding.

Katz, Harry N. Kinks A Book of 250 Helpful Hints for Hunters, Anglers and Outers. Chicago: Outers, 1917. Print.

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