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By Clyde Soles

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That’s all there is to it. The key point is the knot must be snugged very tightly from both sides. And leave tails at least 9 inches long. 2. When ropes are different diameters, the thinner line should be on the bottom. 3. Finished flat overhand bend. indd 19 19 8/30/10 2:38 PM Chapter Three Loop Knots Overhand Loop The simplest of loop knots, it’s also one that creates a lot of frustration. The overhand loop has the unfortunate tendency to practically weld itself into a rope when any part of it is pulled hard.

4. Now the rabbit goes around the tree and back into its hole. indd 29 29 8/30/10 2:38 PM 5. If the rabbit starts from the outside, you get an inside bowline. In laid-construction (three twisted strands), this is more secure due to the way the twists interact. This is the form most people learn and use for all ropes. 6. When the bowline must not untie accidentally, the best method is to add an overhand knot. indd 30 8/30/10 2:38 PM 7. Finish the bowline, making sure the overhand knot is snugged up tight.

Lay the two working ends together and tie an overhand. That’s all there is to it. The key point is the knot must be snugged very tightly from both sides. And leave tails at least 9 inches long. 2. When ropes are different diameters, the thinner line should be on the bottom. 3. Finished flat overhand bend. indd 19 19 8/30/10 2:38 PM Chapter Three Loop Knots Overhand Loop The simplest of loop knots, it’s also one that creates a lot of frustration. The overhand loop has the unfortunate tendency to practically weld itself into a rope when any part of it is pulled hard.

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