Rope Cuff. TwistedMonk.com. UPDATE!
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Great rope and easy to follow instructions all from your friends at TwistedMonk.Com. Falconer knot. Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /home/kinkyr3/public_html/jackelfrink/wp-settings.php on line 512 Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /home/kinkyr3/public_html/jackelfrink/wp-settings.php on line 527.
Double coin (2 lines) This knot goes by several deferent names.
Double coin (1 line) This knot goes by several deferent names.
Double coin knot. Carrick bend. Josephine knot. From behind, bring the line between your thumb and index finger. Wrap around your index and middle fingers. Wrap around your middle and ring fingers. Important step: Before moving on, bring the end behind the line next to your thumb. Note that there are four lines across the top. Here is where the over/under pattern becomes clear. Over: line between little and ring finger. Cask. The traditional overhand knot used for a Karada has several problems with it.
The knots dont lay flat. They cant easily be adjusted. And they dont have constant appearance. But all that can be fixed while still using the basic overhand knot. Start with a basic overhand knot but keep it very loose. Rotate the knot around so that you are viewing it edge on. Pull the two sides apart as if you were opening a book. Pull the two sides all the way apart and lay them flat. The crossing lines can now be passed through each side making a flat and attractive ’split diamond’ pattern. Box knot. Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /home/kinkyr3/public_html/jackelfrink/wp-settings.php on line 512 Deprecated: Assigning the return value of new by reference is deprecated in /home/kinkyr3/public_html/jackelfrink/wp-settings.php on line 527.
Highwaymans cuff. You cant do it very fast and it is a rather ugly knot, but this cuff works rather well for resistance play because of how simple it is to remember and requires no prep work. video Best way to remember the steps of this knot is to make a bunny ear under the coils, then a bunny ear over the coils, then tuck the final end.
Start with a few coils around the limb. Stick your index and middle fingers under all the coils. VERY IMPORTANT: your fingers have to go in from the side where the standing part is and exit where the working end of the rope is. X harness. A problem with lots of different chest harnesses is that any skilled eel would be able to ’shrug off’ the tie.
This shoulder harness, though still possible to squirm out of, makes escape significantly harder. Start with a running loop in the middle of the rope. Any running loop will do but pictured is a ring hitch. Put both of your partners hands into the loop. Slide the loop up your partners arms and over the shoulders. Take the trailing ends of the rope and split them apart.
Bring each end around and under the armpits. Cross the ropes in the center of the chest. Bring the ends up and pass them both underneath the lines that are laying in front of each shoulder. Rope shackle. Made popular by the Knotty Boys.
There has been some debate about what this knot should be called. But “shackle” is what the Knotty Boys call it so that’s what probably should be used. (If you want to act like you are “old rope” then call it a page-7 knot and watch as everyone is impressed by how badass you are.)