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[[Image:Shear-lashing-2pole.JPG|thumb|right|400px|'''Two Pole''': Start with a clove hitch on one pole; Wrap around both poles several times; Wrap between the poles several times; Finish off with a clove hitch on the other pole; It opens like a pair of shears.]]
 
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'''Sheer lashing''' uses two or three spars or poles, 15 - 20 feet of rope.
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'''Shear lashing''' uses two or three spars or poles, 15 - 20 feet of rope.
  
To tie a sheer lashing, lay the two poles side-by-side and parallel to one another.  Tie a clove hitch around one spar.  Then wrap the free end of the rope around both spars about seven or eight times.  Pull them as tight as you can.  Then make three fraps around the lashing, and again, pull the rope as tight as you can.  Finally, tie a clove hitch on the second spar.
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To tie a shear lashing, lay the two poles side-by-side and parallel to one another.  Tie a clove hitch around one spar.  Then wrap the free end of the rope around both spars about seven or eight times.  Pull them as tight as you can.  Then make three fraps around the lashing, and again, pull the rope as tight as you can.  Finally, tie a clove hitch on the second spar.
 
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[[Image:Shear-lashing-3pole.jpg|thumb|left|400px|'''Three Pole''': Start with a clove hitch around one pole; Wrap around poles several times; Wrap between first and second pole several times; Wrap between second and third poles several times; Finish off with a clove hitch on the last pole; It can stand up like a tripod and hold a bowl, etc.]]
 
[[Image:Shear-lashing-3pole.jpg|thumb|left|400px|'''Three Pole''': Start with a clove hitch around one pole; Wrap around poles several times; Wrap between first and second pole several times; Wrap between second and third poles several times; Finish off with a clove hitch on the last pole; It can stand up like a tripod and hold a bowl, etc.]]
To use sheer lashing around with three poles, lay all three poles side by side and parallel to one another.  Tie a clove hitch on one pole, and wrap the rope around all three seven or eight times.  Pull the rope tight.  Make three fraps between two of the poles, then cross over and make three more between the other two poles.  Pull the frapping as tight as you can and finish it off with a clove hitch.
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To use sheaer lashing around with three poles, lay all three poles side by side and parallel to one another.  Tie a clove hitch on one pole, and wrap the rope around all three seven or eight times.  Pull the rope tight.  Make three fraps between two of the poles, then cross over and make three more between the other two poles.  Pull the frapping as tight as you can and finish it off with a clove hitch.
  
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Shear lashing

Two Pole: Start with a clove hitch on one pole; Wrap around both poles several times; Wrap between the poles several times; Finish off with a clove hitch on the other pole; It opens like a pair of shears.

Shear lashing uses two or three spars or poles, 15 - 20 feet of rope.

To tie a shear lashing, lay the two poles side-by-side and parallel to one another. Tie a clove hitch around one spar. Then wrap the free end of the rope around both spars about seven or eight times. Pull them as tight as you can. Then make three fraps around the lashing, and again, pull the rope as tight as you can. Finally, tie a clove hitch on the second spar.

Three Pole: Start with a clove hitch around one pole; Wrap around poles several times; Wrap between first and second pole several times; Wrap between second and third poles several times; Finish off with a clove hitch on the last pole; It can stand up like a tripod and hold a bowl, etc.

To use sheaer lashing around with three poles, lay all three poles side by side and parallel to one another. Tie a clove hitch on one pole, and wrap the rope around all three seven or eight times. Pull the rope tight. Make three fraps between two of the poles, then cross over and make three more between the other two poles. Pull the frapping as tight as you can and finish it off with a clove hitch.