A withe for fastening a gate.
An iron or pope thimble or grommet worked into or attached to the edges and corners of a sail; -- usually in the plural. The cringles are used for making fast the bowline bridles, earings, etc.
A fitting in a sail that allows a line to fasten to it.
fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines
Arope loop, normally made around a thimble, which may be worked into the boltrope of a sail or attached to the bolt rope. Also an eyelet used where a rope is passed through the sail.
loop or eye on the edge of a sail.
A metal ring or grommet around a hole in the sail for reinforcement.
Sails Crosstrees Rigging
A strand of small rope introduced several times through the bolt rope of a sail, and twisted, to which ropes are fastened.
A rope loop, usually at the corners of a sail, for fixing the sail to a spar. They are often reinforced with a metal eye
A cringle is an eye through which to pass a rope. In nautical settings, the word refers to a small hole anywhere along the edge or in the corner of a sail, rimmed with stranded cordage and worked into the . Typically it encloses a metal grommet for reinforcement and to reduce wear.