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Monsta

Monsta

20 steps

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Six

Six

6 steps

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Melman

Melman

8 steps

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Рuppy

Рuppy

9 steps

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Anna

Anna

13 Steps

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Pose 11

Pose 11

Pose 11

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Rose

Rose

12 steps

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 Elsa

Elsa

12 Steps

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Pose 22

Pose 22

Pose 22

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Uramaki «Philadelphia»

Uramaki «Philadelphia»

This roll is very popular for its elegant look and delicate taste of cream cheese and salmon.

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Base Figures

Base Figures

Base Figures

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Pedro

Pedro

11 steps

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7

7

7 steps

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 Base

Base

20 steps

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Soul

Soul

16 steps

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А

А

5 steps

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Double Fisherman's knot

Double Fisherman's knot

(Grapevine Bend, Double Englishman’s Knot) This variation of the ordinary fisherman’s knot is a very secure bend, widely used in climbing and in search and rescue operations. The bend consists of two double overhand (strangle) knots, tied around the opposite standing parts. For joining fishing lines it’s better to tie a triple, or even quadruple fisherman’s knot. All variations of this knot tend to jam under strain, and in situations when the knot needs to be easily untied other bends are preferable.

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Skunk

Skunk

10 steps

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Glider

Glider

Glider.

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Davy Knot

Davy Knot

It is also a very compact knot making it a nice knot for small flies and various tests rate it between 85 to 100 percent of line strength, with 90% probably a safe assumption. The Davy Knot should be in every fly fisher's arsenal of knots!

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Fisherman’s Knot

Fisherman’s Knot

A simple and secure bend consisting of two overhand knots. The Fisherman’s knot is especially good for thin threads, but not recommended for thick nylon ones. The knot is compact, easy to tie even with wet hands and very difficult to untie. It is extensively used in fishing.

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Granny Knot

Granny Knot

The Granny knot is one of the three Reef knot twins; the only difference is that the lines cross in opposite directions. The Granny knot is very insecure. It can easily slip along a line, and this feature allows it to turn effortlessly into a double half hitch — a hitch, very useful in boating.

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Frog

Frog

18 steps

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Pose 35

Pose 35

Pose 35

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Flemish Bend

Flemish Bend

A very safe knot for joining two lines of similar thickness. It is best to leave the running ends relatively long for additional safety. The Flemish Bend doesn’t slip along the rope. It might be difficult to untie, but it is not susceptible to jamming, nor does it damage the rope.

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Рarrot

Рarrot

9 steps

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Spicy Gunkan-maki with Smoked Trout

Spicy Gunkan-maki with Smoked Trout

Smoked trout with hot sauce, wrapped in nori.

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Castle

Castle

15 steps

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Ewer

Ewer

5 steps

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Pose 15

Pose 15

Pose 15

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Nigirizushi with Salmon

Nigirizushi with Salmon

Traditional Japanese nigiri sushi with a slice of raw salmon.

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Часы

Часы

24 steps

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Puppy

Puppy

18 steps

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Giraffe

Giraffe

13 steps

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St. Andrew knot

St. Andrew knot

If you need a large formal knot and don’t want to deal with the Windsor, the St. Andrew knot is a good choice. It forms a wide elongated knot almost as large as the Windsor, but much easier to tie. Correctly tied and properly tightened, the knot protrudes over the collar in its bottom part which gives the tie an elegant curve. However, the knot is a bit asymmetric and not suitable for the most conservative events. It belongs to the group of knots that start with placing the tie around the neck inside-out, which also might be a disadvantage. St. Andrew looks better on ties of thick fabrics and on shirts with wide collar openings.

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Americano

Americano

Despite its name, the Americano is a classic Italian cocktail, invented by Gaspare Campari in 1860. The cocktail became really famous, however, only in the 1920’s. This drink made of sweet vermouth and Campari bitter was very popular among American tourists. The cocktail relieved them from both the Italian heat and the U.S. Prohibition of alcohol. When bartenders saw another «Americano» heading toward a bar, they already knew what drink to prepare.

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Fox

Fox

14 steps

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Pose 26

Pose 26

Pose 26

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Snail

Snail

14 steps

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Fox girl

Fox girl

11 steps

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Arrow

Arrow

4 steps

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Planter's Wonder

Planter's Wonder

Yellow is a color of the sun, joy and the Planter’s Wonder cocktail. This mix of orange, pineapple and passion fruit juice will fill you with optimism and refresh you on a hot day.

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Lake

Lake

9 steps

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Foxy

Foxy

12 steps

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Peanut cookies

Peanut cookies

Peanut cookies!

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Piano

Piano

9 steps

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base lesson

base lesson

Quilling shapes with paper

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Star

Star

12 steps

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Teapot

Teapot

12 steps

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Dragon

Dragon

38 steps

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Cat

Cat

9 steps

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Shirley Temple

Shirley Temple

This cocktail, made of ginger ale and cherry juice, was a favorite drink of Shirley Temple, a young Hollywood star of the 30’s. Kids love bright colors and fizzy drinks. So, you can make the Shirley Temple cocktail at children’s parties without any doubt of its success.

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Pose 18

Pose 18

Pose 18

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Pose 14

Pose 14

Pose 14

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Vase

Vase

29 steps

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