tightly wrap the twine neatly around the
rope from your thumb toward the end
of the rope. Make sure there are no gaps
between each wrap.
3. Keep wrapping until you’ve covered
approximately one-and-a-half times the
diameter of the rope with the twine. Cut
the twine, leaving about 3 inches, then
pass this cut end through the loop you
made in Step 1.
4. Keeping tension on the twine so it
will not come unraveled, pull on the free
end of the twine to bury the end under
the wraps and secure the whipping.
Do not pull it all the way through;
aim for about midway. If you watch
carefully, you should be able to see the
loop move under the whipping as you
tug the free end.
5. As a final step, use a sharp pair of
scissors to trim both ends of the whipping twine.
DO IT YOURSELF
the better the
if you feel the
twine cuts into
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