[Bell Historians] Re: Re; St Patrick's, Melbourne

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Mon Oct 8 15:50:02 BST 2007


Why? the whole point of a wool sally is to give a smooth soft thing to
grip and pull. if you could feel which way it was wound it would not be
doing that.

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So does this mean that ropes (all ropes?) are twisted that way too? 

Which would make them far more comfy for left-handed ringers.


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