Net Making With Gauge Block and Netting Needle

Learn this method of net making and you won't have to spend a fortune on fishing snares, hammocks, mesh bags, and other such webware.

net making - gauge block and netting needle in use
Making the second pass after the first row is completed. With the gauge block in your left hand, place the leading (narrow) edge against your last knot, with the twine passing in front of it and then over to the shuttle. The next pass of the shuttle takes the string around both sides of the upper loop, with the twine staying above your thumb, and then back down through the hole held open by your right wrist.
Tom Hamn