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It was tempting to entitle this Yet Another Knot Book. Because that is all it is joining a great many other books. documents and web sites available from throughout the. world But what I was looking for was something that had. very clear diagrams was downloadable for local printing. and focussed on knots relevant to Australian scouting. activities Finding nothing that suited I decided to write it. myself Whether or not I succeeded in these objectives is. for you to judge But in the process I have enjoyed myself. immensely I have always found knots an intriguing, practical and satisfying pastime I hope that you do too. Martin Stone, 25th October 2005, Version 2 3rd January 2006. Martin Stone, What Knot 2, Binding Knots, Binding knots are tied around objects to hold them together. Use them for tying a bandage around a limb clinching a sack closed holding. the wrapping around a parcel or holding the strands of a rope together. Reef Knot 5, Surgeon s Knot 6, Constrictor Knot 7, Simple Whipping 8. Bends are to join two ropes together, Use them for lengthening a rope by joining two shorter ones or for joining the.
two ends of a rope to make a loop, Sheet Bend 10, Double Fisherman s Knot 12. Hunter s Bend 13, Tape Knot 14, Loop knots are for making one or more loops in the end of a rope or along its. length Unlike a noose a loop does not become smaller under stress. Use them for tying a rope around your waist to create an attachment point. along a rope or to make a loop to lob over a bollard. Bowline 15, Double Figure Eight 16, Alpine Butterfly Knot 17. Hitches are to secure a rope to a fixed object, Use them for tying a rope to a tree or to a spar when starting or finishing a. lashing or to secure a load to a trailer or to tie onto another rope under. Clove Hitch 18, Round Turn and Two Half Hitches 20.
Rolling Hitch 21, Truckies Hitch 22, Prusik Knot 24. Munter Hitch 25, Splices are knots woven into the strands of laid multi strand rope. Use them for tying a loop a bend or a stopper knot that needs to be neat. strong and permanent, Eye Splice 26, Short Splice 28. Back Splice 30, Other Knots, There are lots and lots of knots Here are a few more. Overhand Knot 32, Sheepshank 34, Important general purpose binding knot.
Used for joining two ends of a rope that is The finished Reef Knot is symmetrical. bound around or supported by a solid this is a useful visual check to ensure that. body eg tying up a parcel or securing a you have not tied the much weaker. bandage or a sling in first aid Granny Knot by mistake. Is easily spilled This is why the Reef The Reef Knot was so named because it. Knot should never be used as a bend to was used to bind reef sails to the spars. join two ropes However this can be an of sailing boats using short lengths of. advantage for quickly and gently rope called reef lines. removing bandages or slings in first aid, Also called the Square Knot when used. Can be hard to untie when wet or tight for macrame and decorative knotting. Not suitable to join artificial fibre rope or, ends of uneven thickness The Surgeon s. Knot is better for artificial fibre rope, What Knot 5. Surgeon s Knot, A binding knot for slippery or artificial fibre ropes. Used for joining two ends of slippery or Can be hard to untie when wet or tight. artificial fibre rope or twine that is bound surgeons usually snip the stitch rather. around or supported by a solid body eg than untie it. tying up a parcel or completing a lashing, The finished Surgeon s Knot is somewhat.
around spars, symmetrical this is a useful visual check. Is more secure than a Reef Knot for, The Surgeon s Knot is so named because. slippery or artificial fibre rope, it is used by surgeons to tie the ends of. Is easily spilled so it should never be used stitches sutures. as a bend to join two ropes, What Knot 6, Constrictor Knot. Useful general purpose binding knot, Used for securely binding the mouth of a Visually similar to a Clove Hitch but with.
bag or as a quick whipping eg to stop a an extra tuck when tying In fact it serves. rope from fraying or to hold strands as an excellent hitch that is unlikely to. together at the base of a splice or multi come untied accidentally. strand knot, Should never be used for bandages it is. Very hard to untie especially when wet or too easy to tighten and too hard to loosen. tight That is its virtue, Named after what it does best ie like a. It is usually intended to be cut off or left, boa constrictor. permanently rather than untied, What Knot 7, Simple Whipping. Important special purpose binding knot, However whipping is recommended for.
Used to prevent the end of a rope from, large diameter artificial fibre ropes. fraying Usually intended to be, permanent The twine used to tie the whipping should. be significantly thinner than the rope it is, Particularly useful for the ends of natural. tied around It should be strong and have, fibre robes the ends of most artificial. lots of friction natural fibre is best, fibre ropes are usually melted together in.
especially if it is tarred or waxed, a flame or cut with a red hot blade. What Knot 8, A frayed rope should be re laid before. Whilst a Back Splice or stopper knot eg, being whipped. an Overhand Knot can be tied quickly, The turns of the whipping should be and without twine a whipping is usually. bound tightly and closely together around preferable A whipped rope end can be. the rope more easily threaded through a pulley or, an eyelet eg in a tarpaulin and does not.
To complete the whipping the interlocked, snag when tying knots or resolving a. loops of twine are drawn down underneath tangle, the turns 3 Once tied the ends of the. whipping twine are trimmed off Also known as the Common Plain or. Ordinary Whipping, The whipping should be at least as long as. the rope is thick To prevent it being, pulled off the whipping should finish a. little distance before the end of the rope, What Knot 9.
Sheet Bend, Important general purpose bend, should be used to form the initial bight. Used for joining two ropes together, through which the other is then passed. Good for natural fibre rope strong and, Both ends must protrude from the same. easy to untie even when wet and tight, side of the knot otherwise the knot is. Suitable to join ropes of uneven thickness weaker and can spill. Ideal to tie a rope to an existing loop eg The Sheet Bend tends to loosen and spill. in the corner of the tarpaulin or to a bight particularly in artificial fibre ropes and or. eg for making a net or a Parisian Baudrier if the ropes flap around and are not under. a makeshift chest harness or to an eye strain To minimise this risk each end. splice eg in the bottom corner of a flag can be tied off around its standing part. using a single or double Overhand Knot, Make the loop first and thread the other.
These will not come under any strain so, end through to complete the knot This is. are readily untied later, the opposite of the way the Bowline is. tied which is identical in structure Because of this risk of spillage the Sheet. Bend is not recommended for climbing, If one rope is stiffer thicker or already in. abseiling or caving, a loop eg an eye splice then this rope. What Knot 10, For extra strength or if the difference in The Sheet Bend was so named because it.
rope thickness is significant use a Double was used to tie the sheet the rope. Sheet Bend see 3 4 below which secures sails on a boat. Also called the Weavers Knot, Double Sheet Bend, What Knot 11. Double Fisherman s Knot, Important special purpose bend. Used for joining two ropes together and is When joining smooth kernmantle ropes. especially recommended to join climbing it is almost always possible to untie this. or caving ropes knot even after considerable loading. Excellent for both natural and artificial Relatively bulky and uses lots of rope. fibre ropes whether smooth woven or but well worth it. laid wet or dry Hence its original use by, Suitable to join ropes of uneven thickness. In structure the Double Fisherman s Knot, Once tightened this knot will never spill. is composed of two Double Overhand, so it is very secure However during.
Knots or Blood Knots each tied around, tightening the ends can pull through the. the other rope, knot so generous ends should be left. protruding when tied So named because of its use to join. fishing lines Also called the Grapevine, What Knot 12. Hunter s Bend, Interesting general purpose bend, Used for joining two ropes together Hunter s Bend was named after the man. credited with re discovering it, Good for slippery cord or light artificial.
Possibly originally known as the Rigger s, fibre rope. Once tied Hunter s Bend needs to be, carefully worked before it assumes its. final symmetrical form, What Knot 13, Important special purpose bend. Used for joining two artificial fibre When tying the tapes should not be. webbing tapes or belts together twisted their surfaces should be kept flat. particularly for joining slings when against one another for maximum friction. climbing and caving, The Tape Knot is so named because rock. Can be used to join ropes instead of climbers haven t got much imagination. tape for which the knot is very secure, Originally called the Ring Bend or Water.
but almost impossible to untie if wet and, Knot when tied in rope or cord by seamen. or fishermen, Structurally it is simply two interlaced. Overhand Knots, What Knot 14, Important general purpose loop. Used to make a single loop in the end of a When complete the end must protrude. rope within the loop not on the outside of it, The latter form makes the Cowboy s. Good for both natural fibre and artificial, Bowline which is less secure.
fibre rope strong and easy to untie even, when wet and tight The Bowline can loosen and spill. particularly in artificial fibre rope and or, Widely used for boating and suitable for. if the rope flaps around and is not under, strain To minimise this risk the end can. Make a loop first then thread the end up be tied off around the closest part of the. through the loop around the main rope loop using a single or double Overhand. and back through the loop Or as Knot This will not come under any. explained to generations of scouts the strain so is readily untied later. rabbit comes up out of his hole around, The Bowline was so named because it was. the tree and back down his hole, used to secure the bow line rope to old.
This is the opposite of the way the Sheet, square sails. Bend is tied which is identical in, What Knot 15, . What Knot Binding Knots Binding knots are tied around objects to hold them together Use them for tying a bandage around a limb clinching a sack closed holding the wrapping around a parcel or holding the strands of a rope together Reef Knot 5 Surgeon s Knot 6 Constrictor Knot 7 Simple Whipping 8 Bends Bends are to join two ropes together Use them for lengthening a rope

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