Part 3 of my knot series: The Constrictor Knot
4 Steps
I am extremely sorry. My camera has been broken, and I just got a new one. So I will be continuing my knot series.
This knot is used to hold bundles of things such as sticks, poles, etc.
I hope you enjoy this, and if you want more follow me!
I only used one item to demonstrate it. If you have any questions ask me in the comments.

## Step 1: Materials

Paracord 550, or rope
Item to secure it to.
Brain

## Step 2: Getting started

Start off by taking one end and doing a half loop next to the object like in the picture.
Then take the end on top and bring it over and back under like the picture.

## Step 3: Over Under

Take it over again, over the first time over as in the picture.
Then under again.

## Step 4: Finishing up

Listen really closely.
Take the end over the first, then under the second.
Up through the loop after that.
Done!
gardenpunk says: Apr 24, 2013. 3:26 PM
very nice, works for me
thank you
marvanw says: Jun 24, 2012. 10:12 AM
Nice instructable! In Girl Scouts, years ago, we called this the Clove Hitch. I still use it today.
cannibal_hect0r says: Jun 16, 2012. 5:07 PM
I too thought this was a clove hich, now I see the difference. I know the constrictor knot is used for tying off tubing when you make your own slingshots. Glad you posted this Instructable before I made a mistake and lost an eye! Cheers!
BLUEBLOBS2 says: Jun 2, 2012. 10:47 PM
I feel like the knot you made is a clove-hitch. Very nice text. Simple to understand.
gtoal says: Jun 16, 2012. 6:11 AM
I thiought that too, but checked some references and the constrictor knot is a slight variation of the clove hitch. If you use the 'two loops' method of creating a clove hitch, then the difference is that with a constrictor knot the second loop crosses over the rope like the first loop and with the clove hitch it crosses under. For either knot, the two loops method is far easier and quicker than the one above but it does only work if one end of your pole is available to slip the loops over. However it has the advantage that it can be done in the middle of a rope (the bight) without needing access to the ends of the rope.
BLUEBLOBS2 says: Jun 16, 2012. 10:06 AM
Thanks for the help. I get things mixed up a lot.
-BLUEBLOBS2
Mahmoud Alaa says: Jun 10, 2012. 2:22 PM