Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 17, 1906.djvu/376

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A takes up a small piece near the middle of his own string and carries it to one of B's wrist loops, and passes it from the

Fig. II.

proximal side between B's wrist and its loop, taking care the strings do not cross. Drawing the piece out on the distal side of B's wrist loop, he loops it over B's hand and again under

Fig. 12.