Author Topic: The Bumblebee Knot (ABOK #2314) by TIAT (Video Instructions)  (Read 7078 times)

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The Bumblebee Knot (ABOK #2314) is listed on page 373
of The Ashley Book of Knots.



A fine looking knot that makes a great pouch for a slingshot,
Ashley regretfully only provided a line drawing for its
construction, with no over-under information.



The following video provides over-under instructions for a
Bumblebee Knot tied in hand.

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kocOtwUlD9Q

Hope you enjoy,

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« Last Edit: June 05, 2010, 04:07:20 AM by JD~TIAT »
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Re: The Bumblebee Knot (ABOK #2314) by TIAT (Video Instructions)
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2010, 08:29:26 PM »
quick question out of curiosity:  for your step-by-step, do you take photos or do you screencap from your videos?

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Re: The Bumblebee Knot (ABOK #2314) by TIAT (Video Instructions)
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2010, 11:50:00 PM »
The photos in my (forthcoming) book were shot individually (in high resolution).

But the photos I show here (on the IGKT board and other boards), including all
posted step-by-steps, were screen captures from videos I've shot.

Even the shots for my book were based on screen capture shots from videos
Although, most of the screen captures for the book were from videos I've yet
to show (I'm waiting for the book to come out first).

Regarding post/book images, my theory is, tie in real time, then slow each step
down with pictures
. That way no step is missed and the flow of images looks
more natural to the eye.

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