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Knots (Collins Gem)

By (author) Trevor Bounford

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A clear introduction to the world of knots, from the practical to the decorative. Illustrated step-by-step instructions on how to master over 50 knots. Step-by-step instructions to tying over 50 knots from the essential to the decorative. A practical guide for sailers, moutaineers and campers as well as those who would like to try their hand at more decorative knots.

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Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 7 Feb 2005
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Format | Paperback / softback
Pages | 192
Dimensions | 117 x 82 x 10mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 110g
ISBN | 978-0-0071-9010-2
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BISAC | crafts & hobbies / general


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