Step 3: Tying the knot in the middle (method two.)

Again as with method one, I shall teach this using the pictures and notes feature on instructables as this much easier teach this way.
you should clearly mention that breaking is opposite to the atc or belay plates
Nice work - but in pics 3 & 4 your hand is hiding the loop - it'd be great to be able to see which way the loop goes.
Sorry about that. I&nbsp;was trying to avoid it but couldn't.<br />
ah the munter hehe it can save your butt like nobody's business
Tell me about it. The other day, whilst teaching a Friend of mine to climb, I showed him how to set up an abseil point and how to safely abseil, when He dropped the ATC. 5 Meters up on an abseil platform. He thought we were screwed. (you can only get up to it by climbing a climbing wall (no stairs or anything like that) So I just Got him to Abseil down on the Munter (not to nice for a beginner but there we are) Then I got my experienced mate to follow him, tie himself in and go, Then I Went, climbed back up, and put everything away.
next u should show the munter mule overhand. now THAT can save your butt, or your buddie's butt
Nice instructable! The video really makes it clear. But, maybe next time, you shouldn't move your hands so much. I guess you were a bit nervous for the camera? Can you make some more Instructables for other useful knots? That would be great!

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