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How to store rope in a shibari style figure of 8 hank

How to store rope in a shibari style figure of 8 hank
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Welcome | Copenhagen shibari dojo Nawa ou la corde : préparation et informations générales - Yoroi Shibari (fr) 縄 Nawa ou la corde Un bon artisan a toujours de bons outils. La corde, appelée Nawa en Japonais, est l’élément physique fondamental de notre pratique. Elle sert autant à délimiter un espace, qu’à construire un cocon pour écrire une nouvelle réalité. Elle est aussi le véhicule de notre communication. Notre choix sur sa matière, couleur, longueur et nombre est bien sûr primordial. Les matières de base sont le chanvre, le lin et le jute. On peut acheter des cordes déjà préparées, ou les préparer à partir du matériau brut. Les phases du traitement : Couper les cordes : couper les cordes à la longueur que vous souhaitez obtenir (souvent entre 7 et 8 mètres) plus 50 cm. Faire bouillir la corde : c’est une étape importante, elle permet de se débarrasser de tout agent chimique qui a été utilisé pendant la fabrication de la corde. Rincer et sécher : les premières fois, on oublie bien souvent le rinçage, mais c’est une étape importante. Pour les huiles, il existes plusieurs possibilités.

Un glossaire illustré des termes de cordes (en anglais) How To Tie Rope Collar This is a special application of the Turk's Head knot. Before you attempt to make a collar, please go through the Turk's Head tutorial and practice it first. WARNING: This is IMPORTANT: Placing things around the neck can be dangerous! Level: AdvancedType: KnotTime: 20+Length: 30'(10m)Goal: Attractive 1.To make a rope collar start with a thin cord, 1/8 inch or so. 2.You may want to die the cord to a fashion color : ) Also, you may elect to weave a D-Ring onto it, but this isn't really needed (see the last few images below) 3.You will need a length of rope approximately 15 times the length needed to wrap around the target once 4.Start with three loops about 50% larger than the target. 5.Place the short end over the middle and under the long end as shown 6.Hold the cords so they cannot move around as you do the next step 7.Tuck the lower cord under the upper and begin weaving as you did for your practice Turk's Head. 8.Continue to weave the first wrap... 9.Continuing... 13.Third shot.

Hon Kikkou Hon Kikkou Tortoise Shell Advanced Rope Lesson by Tatu (c) 2001, Revised 2007 Model - "yumi" Photos by Quietmstr (c) 2005 Tatu Publications This is probably one of the loveliest designs to learn. It is called a "Hon Kikkou". Please Note: Unfortunately the word "kikkou" has been misused in the west to describe diamond shaped patterns on the body which would more accurately be called a "hishi". All content & design © 1995-2020, TPPI and its affiliates and assigns and licensors, unless otherwise noted. "DsARts", "The Academy of DsARts", "Academy of D/s Arts, Japanese Rope ARt, and "The ARt of Geisha", "The Geisha Files", "The Way of Rope" are copyright titles, logos and signatures of TPPI. Unauthorized use is a willful infringement upon my rights under 17 U.S.C. All Models are at least 21 years old.

Lewbari Hip Harness Permalink: Codes: Rope Suspension Models: Mick Luvbight This is Mick Luvbight's variant of Lew Rubens' Lewbari™ Hip Harness. THEORY: This is a hip harness rope tie used for suspension. The thigh bands are below the crotch to avoid pressure on the femoral artery (reducing the chance of Harness Hang Syndrome). Although we'll show the handles being tied on the back of the body for a face-down suspension, the same tie can be used to make handles on the front of the body for a face-up suspension or on the side of the hip for a sideways suspension. Web site contents Copyright © 2003-2013 by Mick Luvbight.

Teindre ses cordes en jute ou en chanvre, par -EM- Conditionner sa corde (en jute), par -EM- How To Tie 1.If you already know how to make a Prusik anchor, jump to step 13. Otherwise, start here to be walked through the whole process. 3.Pull the bight out a little... 4....so you can wrap it around again... 6.Pull the trailing cords through 7....er, all the way through 8.Tighten to form the head of the Prusik 9.Create a Prusik head on a loop as shown. 10.Take the loose ends from any rope shackle... 11....and thread them through the Prusik head you made on the closed loop. 12.Tighten the Prusik head. 13.Grab the shackle-side lead about 5 inches from the anchoring Prusik 14.Tie a small loop with an overhand knot... 18....thus. 19....aaaand then feed the shackle lead through it... 20. 21.The Tiernan Loop (on the left) is completed. 22.The shackle lead can be pulled on the lead side and will slide through... 24....But if you pull from the shackle side, the Prusik locks and will not allow the rope to loosen.

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