For a halyard, for a textile backstay or more simply at the mooring. Splices can serve in a variety of situations. And it is useful to know two types of realization in order to be able to be independent when needed.
THE ‘EYE SPLICE
There are many techniques for splicing a line. Many frighten sailors by their difficulty and at the same time make proud those who can do at least one. One of the simplest splices, the “eye” splice on a swirl line, is predominantly used on mooring lines.
It is usually used to insert a redancia or to simply create a large buttonhole. Useful tools are few, you need an ankle strap that is used to pass the top timbers through,a tape or a hot wire cutter, some thread, a tape measure (or a good eye..) and possibly a scissor…