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Looking to impress your Midshipman? When it comes to knowing your nautical knots, you might find yourself in a bind, fit to be tied. But fear “knot,” here is a primer on the knots you need to know.
Louis Luckett saved to Rope knots
Bowline Knot. The Bowline Knot makes a reasonably secure loop in the end of a piece of rope. It has many uses such as to fasten a mooring line to a ring or a post.
dinescu paul saved to Knots guide
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Heather Woolridge saved to Fishing
The #ReefKnot is a simple binding knot, used to secure a rope around an object #KnowYourKnots
The Reef Knot is an easy to remember knot that you can use to tie bundles of things such as firewood. We show you step by step how to tie it.
Mary Preston saved to Techniques
Sailor knots are nostalgic and cool, reminiscent of salty breezes and charming seaports. And there's just something so Boy Scout-y about sitting down with some rope and learning to tie one. So here's a quick tutorial for just one of many sailor knots, the Carrick Bend (quick lingo lesson: bend is
Chasing Saturdays saved to try.i.y
Tomorrow, as you go through your day, try to keep count of how many fasteners you use. All of them
Joseph Bandeaux saved to Knotting
The square knot is one of the most commonly used knots. Learn how to tie a square knot and add this to your survival skills!
Survival Life saved to Survival Skills