Readings for line KD.5.210

To broche hem with a bat-nedleL.5.214: L and RF have the nonce-word bat-nedle, meaning "basting needle"; other B witnesses read pak-nedle. · and plaited hem togyderes
To broche hem with a ...?...paknedleM.5.214: M's altered reading paknedle agrees with most B manuscripts. LRF read batnedle.  and plait..eM.5.214: The altered reading is shared with W. YC2OLR have the past tense, as M may have had; other manuscripts have other verbs. hem to-g.edres
To broche them with a packenedle & plitte hem togithers
To broche hem wiþ a paknedle . and playteW.5.213: W alone reads playte (infin.), while HmCr2 have plyte which is perhaps merely a spelling variant. However, the majority of B manuscripts unambiguously have the past tense playted or plytid. hem togideres
to broche hem wyth a paknedele · and plyte hem to-gydres ·
To broche hem with a paknedel · and plyghted hem togiders
to broche theym wyth a packnelde & plett þem to-geddres
To broche hem wiþ a pacnedel  & playtede hem to-gyderes
To brochen hem with a batnedelR.5.215: Most beta manuscripts read paknedle, but L (and perhaps M originally, which has been corrected to pak by erasure and writeover) supports alpha's batnedel. The majority of A witnesses agrees with beta, but manuscripts AE agree with alpha's lection. Batnedel is also the reading of the best C manuscripts (though most of the P family copies agree with the common beta reading).  and playted hem to-gyderes .
To broche hem with a batteF.5.212: Alpha is probably responsible for batte, though the reading is shared by L. Other beta manuscripts have pak. nedle / & plytid hem þan to-gydre.