Instructables: exploring - outside - knots - hitch Fri, 31 Jul 2015 14:53:02 PDT BLOX v1.01 Tying a Tautline Hitch with Janine
Tying a Tautline Hitch with Janine - More DIY How To Projects]]> janinerogers Hi, how's it going? I'm going to show you a useful knot called the tautline hitch. Like any other hitch, a tautline hitch is used to secure a rope to a standing object. It's similar to bowline, except with a nifty addition: you can tighten it! Step One: Make a bight Loop your rope around what you...
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Thu, 21 Aug 2014 19:44:08 PDT
How To Tie A Clove Hitch
How To Tie A Clove Hitch - More DIY How To Projects]]> donttrustthepig This knot will work on a rectangular shaped rod too. I chose to do it on a 1/2 inch thick steel throwing spike I made. A clove hitch is a great knot, it's a required Boy Scout knot and it the base for many lashings. Sorry about the shadows. You could use any type of string but I'm using a ...
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Sat, 1 Mar 2014 11:45:29 PST
How To Tie A Tautline Hitch
How To Tie A Tautline Hitch - More DIY How To Projects]]> ParaGunner1324 This is the knot if you want to secure a tarp shelter, stake a tent, and numerous other things. (in this case my sisters foot!). Step One Luke the cord around itself twice. Step Two Bring the cord around itself again. null Pull The end to make it tight.
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Tue, 21 Jan 2014 15:13:27 PST
Learn to tie a very cool knot
Learn to tie a very cool knot - More DIY How To Projects]]> luani I am going to show you how to tie a very interesting knot that can be used for various sorts of things. It is reliable, but on the other hand, you can untie it very easily and quickly. Find a stick, branch or anything similar and place the rope as in the picture. Pull the the loop on the rig...
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Fri, 22 Nov 2013 01:45:13 PST
Part 5 of my knot series: The Highwaymans Hitch
Part 5 of my knot series: The Highwaymans Hitch - More DIY How To Projects]]> ThatKnottyguy The Highwayman's hitch is ideal for tying a rope to an object when you need a quick release. Just yank on the end that is not supporting the load to untie and completely remove the rope from the object it was tied to. If you want to keep reading these, subscribe! Materials Post, or simil...
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Sat, 23 Jun 2012 21:50:14 PDT
Reinforced Paracord Ring Hitch Stormdrane The ring hitch, also known as the cow hitch, lanyard hitch, lark's head, bale sling hitch, and probaby goes by a few other monikers, can sometimes easily loosen up or get slack when not under tension with some types of 'slippery' cordage, like nylon paracord, so the 'Reinforced Ring Hitch' offers a...
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Wed, 2 Nov 2011 03:32:15 PDT
Paracord Knot Display Bord
Paracord Knot Display Bord - More DIY How To Projects]]> Jamie bagn This is simply a piece of wood with some simple and some fancy knots on, despite being simple and easy to make they look very good. I have decided to use red, green, blue and yellow 550 Paracord. Paracord is cord that is used in parachutes and the 550 simply tells you the weight it can take, this ty...
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Sun, 19 Jun 2011 22:41:16 PDT
Multi-Color Paracord Can Koozie
Multi-Color Paracord Can Koozie - More DIY How To Projects]]> craftydan Ah, Paracord!  The manliest of cordage.  So compact and tough that it's the cord of choice for nuts who like jumping out of airplanes. Looking at the guides available, though, you might start to think it's only useful for lanyards and fobs.  Today I'll show you the steps to turn it into a snappy ...
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Tue, 30 Mar 2010 19:10:03 PDT
A pocket full of knots.
A pocket full of knots. - More DIY How To Projects]]> Kiteman Traditionally, a knotting board is a large display of the knots a Scout can make. Being large, they became unpopular. Now, though, spend a few minutes with card, wire and a cigar tin, and you can have a pocket-sized display fit to earn any Cub or Scout that bit extra credit towards a badge. (You c...
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Sat, 15 Mar 2008 11:27:03 PDT
How To Tie A Spider's Hitch back-cast this clip will show you how to tie a spider's hitch, probably the quickest & easiest way to tie a double
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Tue, 22 Jan 2008 03:49:56 PST
Tieing a Clove Hitch
Tieing a Clove Hitch - More DIY How To Projects]]> moomoocows This is one of the simplest knots that i can think of so because this is my first instrucable I decided to have this as my this knot as my topic. Don't get me wrong though, while this knot is extremely simple it is extremely valuable if you hope to get anywhere with roping skills. The First and F...
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Sun, 29 Jul 2007 00:05:06 PDT