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Old 12-04-2017, 11:35 AM
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Default Re: Swirl knot

the improved is commonly know as the 'Tucked half blood'

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Default Re: Swirl knot

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whats the difference between the half blood knot and the improved clinch knot. They look the same to me!!
The tuck! The clinch knot is an American term for the half blood knot, and the improved clinch is the tucked half blood.
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