Pull the looped halyard rope down to a position where the top of the flag should be located. The looped halyard rope will be fed through the pulley at the top of the flagpole and have both ends secured together. Choose the location based on personal preference or based on the location of the joined rope ends.
Form a loop with the halyard rope at the point where the top of the flag will be positioned. Feed the halyard loop through the eye of a brass snap hook. The eye will be opposite to the end that opens.
Pull the halyard rope loop through the eye of the snap hook and then over the end. Hold the snap hook and the main halyard rope and pull the loop tight against the eye of the snap hook.
Snap the hook into the grommet in the top corner of the flag. Pull the rope down along the edge of the flag to locate the point for attaching the next snap hook.
Move down the halyard rope 4 to 6 inches and form another loop. Feed the loop through the eye of another brass snap hook. Pull the loop through the eye and around the hook. Tighten the rope securely against the eye of the snap hook.
Attach the second snap hook to the lower corner of the flag. Pull the halyard rope to raise the flag and secure the lower end of the halyard around the cleat located near the bottom of the flagpole.