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POSSIBLE
KNOTS COMBINED
KNOT ASSOCIATED
KNOT TIGHTLY
BASIC MACRAME KNOTS
FORTY KNOTS
HALF-HITCH KNOT
TIE KNOT
SQUARE KNOTS
JAPANESE SQUARE KNOT
PROPER SQUARE KNOT
FRAP THREE TIMES
CLOVE HITCH TAIL
SHOELACES
POPULAR KNOT
AKA SQUARE KNOT
STRONG KNOT
DIFFERENT DIAMETERS
BASIC KNOT
BASIC KNOTS
FREE ENDS
JOINING KNOT
ALTERNATING SQUARE KNOT
HALF KNOT
OVERHAND KNOTS
THIEF KNOT
TIMES
STEPS
PIECES
PIECE
MANNER
DIFFERENCE
SIMPLE
UNIFORM
SURFACE
FORMS
SQUARED
BEST
AWARD
PEOPLE
TIGHTLY
VARIATION
BEST KNOTS
SIDE
VICE VERSA
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Definitions

  1. A square knot is a basic and easy knot to tie.
  2. A square knot is a quick knot that can be tied two different ways.
  3. A square knot is a better choice, but with heavier rope, especially stuff like climbing rope, it can slip as well.
  4. A Square Knot is properly a knot, as so named; for it is meant to tie the ends of the same line together.
  5. A square knot is used to tie two lines (ropes) together that are of a similar size.

Section

  1. Tie it off with a square knot in the section of rope coming from the clove hitch. (Web site)

Possible

  1. It's also possible to finish the knot off with an additional overhand knot to give it some of the properties of a square knot.

Knots Combined

  1. The square knot is most likely responsible for more deaths and injuries than all other knots combined. (Web site)

Knot Associated

  1. The square knot, of course, is the knot associated with first aid.

Knot Tightly

  1. When using this knot tightly connected thin solid, but not easy to solve, in the not sure square knot or a single braiding is valid, it can try this knot.

Basic Macrame Knots

  1. The two basic macrame knots are the half-knot and the square knot.

Forty Knots

  1. The Square knot is one of the Forty Knots.

Half-Hitch Knot

  1. See square knot, granny knot, half-hitch knot, packet knot and surgeon's knot.

Tie Knot

  1. The square knot is an easy to tie knot that can be used to secure anything.

Square Knots

  1. You can create a sennit of square knots by repeating the square knot over and over. (Web site)

Japanese Square Knot

  1. Japanese Square Knot This knot takes a little practice. (Web site)

Proper Square Knot

  1. This should tighten the knot into place, resulting in a proper square knot.

Frap Three Times

  1. Frap three times between the poles, tie a square knot with the original clove hitch end, and raise as an A-frame. (Web site)

Clove Hitch Tail

  1. Frap three times between the sticks and tie a square knot with the clove hitch tail. (Web site)

Shoelaces

  1. The square knot has been used for centuries to join two ends together for bandages or shoelaces or belts. (Web site)

Popular Knot

  1. The square knot, sometimes called a "reef knot" is the most popular knot to use as it is easy to make and easy to untie.

Aka Square Knot

  1. If the ropes are the same diameter and you want to be able to untie it again, a reef knot (aka square knot) is reasonably good.

Strong Knot

  1. When tied properly, a square knot provides a strong knot under pressure, yet can be easily untied.

Different Diameters

  1. The sheet bend is used instead of a square knot to tie two lines of different diameters together.

Basic Knot

  1. All you really need to know is a basic knot like the square knot. (Web site)

Basic Knots

  1. The square knot is one of the most basic knots used to make hemp jewelry.

Free Ends

  1. Join free ends of two ropes - I think most use the square knot for this, but I think it is not a secure knot.
  2. The two free ends are then tied to the noose knot on top with a square knot.

Joining Knot

  1. Demonstrate tying the square knot (a joining knot). (Web site)

Alternating Square Knot

  1. The alternating square knot is an easy knot that is based on the square knot.
  2. Tying an alternating square knot is mainly used for decorative macrame projects, and it is done using four strands of different colored strings. (Web site)

Half Knot

  1. A half knot is half of a square knot.
  2. Then he would add a half knot that would make a square knot out of the last two half knots so that it wouldn't slip back.

Overhand Knots

  1. Square Knot or Sailor's Knot One of the easiest knots to tie and the best knot for certain purposes, the Square Knot is simply two Overhand Knots.
  2. Join the ends of a 14-foot sling rope with a square knot and two overhand knots. (Web site)

Thief Knot

  1. A thief knot is kind of in the same range as a granny knot or a square knot, reef knot.

Times

  1. Do this enough times (at least 3) to finish with a square knot. (Web site)

Steps

  1. How to Tie a Square Knot: 5 steps (with video) - wikiHow wikiHow article about How to Tie a Square Knot.

Pieces

  1. A Navy square knot, often referred to simply as a square knot or a reef knot, is great to join two pieces of rope together that will not come apart. (Web site)

Piece

  1. At the signal, the first boy runs down to a rope lying on the ground, ties his piece to the end using a square knot or sheet bend, and returns.
  2. It is a purple, circular badge with a fleur-de-lis in the centre, surrounded by a piece of rope tied with a reef knot (also called a square knot).

Manner

  1. It is a very hard knot to open as opposed to the boy scout knot, or the square knot rather, which is tied in this manner.

Difference

  1. It uses the same knotting technique as the square knot with only one difference.

Simple

  1. A very quick knot to tie, the square knot can join two ropes together in a simple and effective way. (Web site)
  2. The reef knot, also known as the square knot, is a simple, handy knot for temporary ties.

Uniform

  1. When you become an adult leader, you wear a square knot which represents the Arrow of Light on your uniform. (Web site)

Surface

  1. End off with a square knot when all the surface sticks are attached.

Forms

  1. Pull rope A straight as if it were a pole, the square knot will capsize so that rope B forms a reverse half hitch.

Squared

  1. The knot gets its name from its use on sailing ships, when the sails were "squared" - rolled up and tied to the cross spar with a square knot.

Best

  1. It is best to use a slip knot as a simple reef or square knot will not give way if the neckerchief gets caught and thus can potentially choke the wearer.
  2. The Square Knot is probably the best known and most widely used knot. (Web site)
  3. Square Knot The Square Knot is best known as a Reef Knot, however, when used in decorative and macrame work it is best known as the Square Knot.

Award

  1. As part of that program, each organization is permitted to create its own neck medallion and to award a purple square knot badge with a gold border. (Web site)

People

  1. Many people refer to the Reef Knot as the Square Knot, but this is the "real" Square Knot.

Tightly

  1. The square knot or reef knot should only be used as a binding knot where it lies tightly against the surface of that which it binds and cannot move.

Variation

  1. The Buckle knot is a variation of the Square knot and is handy for uniting doubled rope ends or sections with a single knot.

Best Knots

  1. The reef knot is one of the best knots for joining ropes, also known as the square knot.

Side

  1. Frap loosely on either side of the middle pole and tie with a square knot to the clove hitch tail. (Web site)

Vice Versa

  1. Covers some common and some uncommon knots, including the Reef knot, Square knot, Sheepshank, Simple Simon Over, Monkey's Fist, and Vice Versa.

Categories

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