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four different types of ropes with numbers on each end and one number in the middle
How to Tie a Knot: 12 Essential Outdoor Knots and Hitches
various types of rope knots and how to use them in different ways, vintage line drawing or engraving illustration
Big Ships! Small Ships! Fun for the whole family!
Plate 21, Fig 139-149, seizings.
a white rope is tied to a metal pole on the floor next to a pipe
5 Knots You Need to Know How to Tie at All Times
5 Knots You Need to Know How to Tie at All Times : ITS Tactical
an image of two wires connected to each other with one red arrow pointing up the opposite direction
Tarp/Tent Knot
how to master the sliding knot for bracelets and necklaces with pictures on it
How to Tie a Sliding Knot Like a Pro: Instructions | Interweave
Tying a sliding knot is a little tricky, but it's a great technique to add to your bag of tricks; especially if you use leather or satin cording! #slidingknot #beading #knots
three different types of fishing hooks
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Snell Knot
the diagram shows different types of spools
Carp fishing knots : Spool knot
Spool knot More
a red and blue rope with a knot on it that says the hunter's bend
Zeppelin Bend
The Zeppelin Bend. This bend is believed to be the strongest and most reliable way to join two ropes (of equal diameter)
an orange and black rope on the ground
How to Tie a Knot: The 21 Essential Knots You Need to Know
Carrick Bend This Square Knot alternate joins two ropes together securely, and is easier to untie than a Square Knot.
the diagram shows how ropes are connected to each other
Larks head variation
video tutorial - two-strand lanyard knot - ABoK #802 Lanyard Knot, Paracord Diy, 550 Cord, Knot Braid, Kraf Diy
A two strand paracord lanyard knot ~ ABoK #802
video tutorial - two-strand lanyard knot - ABoK #802
the instructions for how to tie a knot with an astley's stopper
How to tie the right knots | Animated Knots for Fishing, Scouting, Boating, Climbing, Survival
Stopper Knot - also known as the Oysterman's stopper, is a knot developed by Clifford Ashley around 1910. It makes a well-balanced trefoil-faced stopper at the end of the rope, giving greater resistance to pulling through an opening than other common stoppers. Essentially, the knot is a common Overhand noose, but with the end of the rope passing through the noose eye, which closes upon it.
the klemheist knot is a fiction hitch that grips the rope when weight is applied, and is free to move when the weight is released
Klemheist Knot
The Klemheist Knot or Machard knot is a type of friction hitch that grips the rope when weight is applied, and is free to move when the weight is released. It is used similarly to a Prusik knot or the Bachmann knot to ascend or descend a climbing rope.