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Tie-Up Tuesday ➰☠️ Bowline on a Bight This is used to create a secure loop in the middle of a rope.
Tie-Up Tuesday ➰☠️ Slip Knot A great knot to have in your library. It's one of the most frequently tied knots and can be used in a wide range of situations.
Tie-Up Tuesday ➰☠️ The Figure-Eight Stopper A type of stopper knot that is very important in both sailing and rock climbing as a method of stopping ropes from running out of retaining devices.
The Stevedore Stopper Knot; a single-strand stopper knot tied in the end of a rope to prevent unreeving. The Stevedore Stopper Knot is a reliable moderately bulky stopper knot. It is an excellent knot to use when setting a tarp – it can be used to secure an end that has been passed through a grommet.
Learn how to tie a Bowline Knot! The Bowline makes a reasonably secure loop in the end of a piece of rope and is one of the most useful knots you can learn. The bowline is sometimes referred to as "King of the Knots" because of its importance.
The Midshipman's Hitch is an excellent knot to create an adjustable loop at the end of a rope. Watch the video for a breakdown of the steps and check out the blog post for a list of common uses.
The Figure 8 Knot is a general-purpose stopper knot. It replaces the common overhand knot in many uses. Check out the blog post for a downloadable guide plus more uses and applications.
Though it looks hard to tie at first, it becomes easy and quick with practice. The diamond knot is used to make a fixed, decorative loop at the middle of a cord that could be a lanyard, paracord, leather, rope, etc.
FREE downloadable steps to practice anywhere. Learn how to tie a slip knot and what it's used for.