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HITCH KNOTS
FOUR-IN-HAND
PALOMAR KNOT
DESCRIPTION
SIMPLICITY
LOOP KNOT
OVERHAND KNOT
BARREL KNOT
USEFUL
TYING
ANCHOR BEND
TIE
CLOVE HITCH
ROPE
FIXED LOOP
SIMPLE KNOT
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Definitions

  1. A simple knot, the bowline is used to form a fixed loop at the end of a rope. (Web site)
  2. A simple knot created by passing the line through a loop around the anchor. (Web site)
  3. This simple knot is very useful for when you need a rapid belay around an object or though a krab.

Hitch Knots

  1. This knot can come loose and is not as affective as some other hitch knots, but it is a simple knot to learn, tie and untie. (Web site)

Four-In-Hand

  1. Learning to properly tie the four-in-hand, or a simple knot, is a sure sign of manhood.

Palomar Knot

  1. The Palomar Knot is another very simple knot for terminal tackle. (Web site)

Description

  1. Double Fisherman's Knot Another handy and simple knot to have in one's repertoire, the description in the picture says it all. (Web site)

Simplicity

  1. Also known as a simple knot or schoolboy knot, the four-in-hand is believed to be the most popular method of tying ties due to its simplicity. (Web site)

Loop Knot

  1. Easily attached to swivel or a hook, the loop knot is a simple knot of moderate strength. (Web site)

Overhand Knot

  1. The half hitch is simple knot and is basically a variation of the overhand knot.

Barrel Knot

  1. This simple knot and its cousin the barrel knot can be used to back up another knot. (Web site)

Useful

  1. It is a fairly simple knot to tie, and can be very useful.
  2. This is a fairly simple knot that can be useful for securing ropes to trees, posts, or other things that stand upright.

Tying

  1. Overhand (Figure G-2). This is the simple knot that most people tie everyday as the first half of tying their shoes. (Web site)
  2. The Half Hitch is another versatile and simple knot that is great for tying two or more things together. (Web site)

Anchor Bend

  1. The anchor bend is a simple knot, and very strong and secure.

Tie

  1. Overhand knot -- The overhand knot is a very simple knot to tie. (Web site)
  2. Also known as a Simple Knot or a Schoolboy Knot, the Four In Hand is generally agreed to be the easiest way of tying a tie. (Web site)
  3. The proper knot to tie to an anchor is a very simple knot that does not require a degree in a complex knot tying academy.

Clove Hitch

  1. A clove hitch is a simple knot to tie and can be used in camping, boating and climbing.
  2. Clove Hitch This simple knot is very useful for when you need a rapid belay around an object or though a krab.

Rope

  1. These knots are formed by passing the end of a rope twice or more times through the loop of the simple knot and then drawing it tight (Fig. (Web site)
  2. Fisherman's Knot: Tie a simple knot, in the direction the rope was going in. (Web site)
  3. Facts about sheepshank: description and function, The sheepshank is a simple knot useful for temporarily shortening a rope. (Web site)

Fixed Loop

  1. The Overhand loop is a simple knot which forms a fixed loop in a rope.
  2. A bowline knot is a simple knot that forms a fixed loop at the end of a cord.

Simple Knot

  1. The bowline is an ancient but simple knot used to form a fixed loop at the end of a rope.
  2. The Munter hitch, also known as the Italian hitch, is a simple knot, commonly used by climbers and cavers as part of a life-lining or belay system.
  3. Italian hitch (aka Munter hitch, HMS) The Italian hitch is a simple knot, used by climbers and cavers as part of a life-lining or belay system.

Categories

  1. Fixed Loop
  2. Cavers
  3. Water Sports > Sailing > Knots > Bowline
  4. Fisherman's Knot
  5. Water Sports > Sailing > Knots > Overhand Knot
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