Then halve the strands and tuck again, as in making a short splice, until the result appears as in Fig. 113.
Draw all taut and continue and complete as for a short splice.
The simplest of all splices is known as the "short splice" (Fig. 106).
Taper them, as in the short splice, by dividing the strands and sticking them again.
Then pass the ends through the strands of the standing parts, as for a short splice.
Taper them as in the short splice by dividing the strands and sticking them again.
Called a "short splice," as it is not of great length, and besides, can be made quickly.