Knack Knots You Need: Step-By-Step Instructions For More by Buck Tilton

By Buck Tilton

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Two Half Hitches: Step 2 Fasten a rope to an object with a half hitch (see page 34). Tighten the half hitch. Take the working end around again, over the standing part again, and through the loop a second time. Tighten by pulling simultaneously on the working end and the standing part. GREEN light This knot is used in climbing, boating, and fishing. 35 stationary hitches Two Half Hitches: Step 1 Clove Hitch One of the best known and most widely used general hitches. The simple beauty of the clove hitch, another fundamental knot, and the ability to tie it with one hand, are offset by the fact that it works loose over time, especially if the pull on the rope is not at a right angle to the point of attachment.

Great ease either, and the more turns of the rope around itself during tying, the less easily it slides. More than 400 years of history in which this knot has seen use suggest that the number of turns should be odd and usually between seven and thirteen, with thirteen Hangman’s Knot: Step 1 Hangman’s Knot: Step 2 Form two bights in the working end of the rope, as shown in the photograph. Bring the working end under both standing parts. KNOTS YOU NEED: CAMPING KNOTS The most notorious sliding loop of all time, the hangman’s knot, or noose, is able to support very heavy weights and the hard jerk when a large load is suddenly applied.

Drop the two loops over a stake and tighten by pulling simultaneously on both ends of the rope, taking care to keep the distinctive shape of the knot. 37 stationary hitches Clove Hitch on a Stake: Step 1 clove Hitch on a Ring This method of tying a clove hitch to a ring or similar object allows the knot to be easily loosened and retightened to control the length of the rope leading to the ring. It is commonly used by climbers and boaters who need a quick, temporary hitch. ZOOM A variation of the clove hitch used for tying a rope to a ring.

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