Do you know what seamanship is? It's the art of making knots. But there's no need to board a boat to learn how to make sea knots. My First Book of Nautical Knots brings you eighteen knots to discover.
Some are done in a jiffy, like the figure eight or the bowline knot; others require greater concentration, such as the slip knot or the bosco knot. Still others are so pretty that you can use them to make a jewel or a small decorative object.
Ropework is an activity very popular with children, and My First Book of Nautical Knots offers beautifully illustrated step-by-step models of nautical knots that is sure to help parents and children to learn and master this craft together.
As a bonus, My First Book of Nautical Knots presents the star of the playground: gimp stitching.
Caroline Britz is a journalist in the maritime sector. She loves to cross the ladder more than anything to share and tell the life of sailors. She has traveled the oceans and is always amazed at the great maritime adventures.