Introduction: How to Tie a Lasso

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this instructable is going to show you how to make a lasso!

Step 1: 1

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first make two overhand knots(the knot that you tie to begin to tie a shoe)
one on the end and one in Kinda the middle

Step 2: 2

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take the other end of the rope and put it through the UN tightend overhand knot like this.

Step 3: YOUR DONE!!!

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YOUR DONE!!

Comments

TylerP25 (author)2015-12-09

god stop arguing

TylerP25 (author)2015-12-09

I like it! Very explanatory

TylerP25 (author)2015-12-09

I like it! Very explanatory

TylerP25 (author)2015-12-09

I like it! Very explanatory

VernJones (author)2015-05-27

I'm going to have to agree with The Expert Noob there about this Instructable. This isn't a lasso. From the looks of it, you tied a noose knot with one extra overhand knot. The knot you need to make a lariat (lasso) is the Honda knot which is tied by tying a loose overhand knot so that your running end moves freely back and forth, then looping your running end (with a stopper knot) around and back through your loose overhand, then tightening and running your rope through the existing loop, and there you have it, you're set to start roping your household pets :-) Your going to have to forgive my unconventional rope for the example, it was the closest one I had. A good starter rope for the new cowboy/girl seems to be a 30-35 foot length of 3/8 inch Manilla rope... I hope that helps you all out... Oh, and to The Expert Noob, that's a hangman's noose...

The Expert Noob (author)2011-07-13

thats not a lasso. This is a Lasso!

thats a nuse

IsabelleW (author)TheKnotTier2014-11-05

Noose*

patriots8888 (author)2011-06-20

Yee ha! Lol i'm so stereotypical

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