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6 metres of rope

the two ends must be of one arm's length

on the opposite side make two knots at one palm's length apart from eachother

these two knots will be set upon either side of the horse's nose

rounghly one palm's length from eachother.

Now, at a distance of one palm and a half from the two knots,

we start making the main knot

with 4 ropes, we make what is called a "Scooby doo"

4 ends of rope, the fourth one passes underneath and comes up on the other side

1,2,3, 4 and you must get this pattern

a square

then make another scooby doo but instead of coming outward, you go inward

with the only difference that this time they are closed and

we start clockwise from 1st to 2nd

pass underneath and enter inside the knot

pull the rope outward and inward again

this is the first knot

same for the second

1, 2, pull it out...

and slip it in the next hook

that makes two knots

the next two knots are simpler to make because they are already open

so, pull here and insert the rope

that makes three.

now only the fourth knot is left

you slip this underneath as well

turn it upside down and start tightening it,

1,2,3 and 4

then repeat on the otherside

1,2,3, and 4...

here we have a diamond knot

we now have 4 ropes entering here and 4 coming out on the otherside

at 4 fingers distance,

we start the first knot that goes under the horse's throat

it's a simple knot

you turn it over and insert the other rope into it

at this point we make the 2nd knot

the 1st and 2nd ropes enter at the same hook

the 2nd and 4th ropes, exit at the same hook

tighten the knot equally on both ends

from now on all the knots are the same,

crossed on either side with balanced pressure

now take the longer rope

at a length of 1 palm, make a knot,

this closes the halter on the left cheek of the horse

make a flat knot followed by another over it

just as we made the others,

proceed the same way for the following ones

widen it here and pass the knot through

tighten it equally on either side

can you lend me a hand please?

this is the ________ of the horse

this is the tethering point and

this is the knot that goes under the throat

this is the 1st knot that goes on the left cheek of the horse

here onwards we start working backwards

pass the rope in here

and make the same knots as before

please hold it in the center for me....thank you.

here we measure one palm's lenght, more or less

thank you...

at this point, you must take care that

the two sides (cheeks) are equilateral

they must be equally spaced on either side from each other

these are the 2 points that work on the nose of the horse

widen the other one

where this enters, the other one follows

pull them apart and

make sure that they are tight

the last one goes in

whats left to do is the last knot

that closes the halter

it unites, at an equilateral distance,

on the other side (cheek) of the horse

so we make another knot over here

close it from here under

at the same distance as the other one done before...

and here you have your home made halter.

the two ends must be of one arm's length

on the opposite side make two knots at one palm's length apart from eachother

these two knots will be set upon either side of the horse's nose

rounghly one palm's length from eachother.

Now, at a distance of one palm and a half from the two knots,

we start making the main knot

with 4 ropes, we make what is called a "Scooby doo"

4 ends of rope, the fourth one passes underneath and comes up on the other side

1,2,3, 4 and you must get this pattern

a square

then make another scooby doo but instead of coming outward, you go inward

with the only difference that this time they are closed and

we start clockwise from 1st to 2nd

pass underneath and enter inside the knot

pull the rope outward and inward again

this is the first knot

same for the second

1, 2, pull it out...

and slip it in the next hook

that makes two knots

the next two knots are simpler to make because they are already open

so, pull here and insert the rope

that makes three.

now only the fourth knot is left

you slip this underneath as well

turn it upside down and start tightening it,

1,2,3 and 4

then repeat on the otherside

1,2,3, and 4...

here we have a diamond knot

we now have 4 ropes entering here and 4 coming out on the otherside

at 4 fingers distance,

we start the first knot that goes under the horse's throat

it's a simple knot

you turn it over and insert the other rope into it

at this point we make the 2nd knot

the 1st and 2nd ropes enter at the same hook

the 2nd and 4th ropes, exit at the same hook

tighten the knot equally on both ends

from now on all the knots are the same,

crossed on either side with balanced pressure

now take the longer rope

at a length of 1 palm, make a knot,

this closes the halter on the left cheek of the horse

make a flat knot followed by another over it

just as we made the others,

proceed the same way for the following ones

widen it here and pass the knot through

tighten it equally on either side

can you lend me a hand please?

this is the ________ of the horse

this is the tethering point and

this is the knot that goes under the throat

this is the 1st knot that goes on the left cheek of the horse

here onwards we start working backwards

pass the rope in here

and make the same knots as before

please hold it in the center for me....thank you.

here we measure one palm's lenght, more or less

thank you...

at this point, you must take care that

the two sides (cheeks) are equilateral

they must be equally spaced on either side from each other

these are the 2 points that work on the nose of the horse

widen the other one

where this enters, the other one follows

pull them apart and

make sure that they are tight

the last one goes in

whats left to do is the last knot

that closes the halter

it unites, at an equilateral distance,

on the other side (cheek) of the horse

so we make another knot over here

close it from here under

at the same distance as the other one done before...

and here you have your home made halter.