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Re: Bondage 101, lesson 1, how to tie knots
« Reply #75 on: January 29, 2017, 09:54:02 PM »
I've updated the Two Knotty Boys video links here:
http://ravishu.com/forums/index.php?topic=6776.msg73263#msg73263

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Re: Bondage 101, lesson 1, how to tie knots
« Reply #76 on: January 31, 2017, 10:43:20 PM »

Here's a quick and easy single-limb slip knot that's solidly secure:


Rope perverts know it as a Prusik knot used for climbing a rope when you don't have a Jumar Ascender handy.  I've climbed a rope with Prusik knots before and can verify that they won't slip accidentally.  If you tie it on a short bight like that, yep, it makes a great single-limb restraint.

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Re: Bondage 101, lesson 1, how to tie knots
« Reply #77 on: February 01, 2017, 07:17:43 AM »
This is excellent educational material.
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Re: Bondage 101, lesson 1, how to tie knots
« Reply #78 on: September 15, 2017, 04:53:06 PM »
If I had to pick a favorite, the Lark's Head, or Clove Hitch.  Turn one of the bights the same way as the other, you have a clove hitch.  You can bend either of them in the middle of a line.  One handed, make a Turk's Head out of the Clove Hitch, or a Monkey's Fist out of the Lark's Head.  Either can slip over both wrists, or ankles (Or 1 of each) I tend to figure 8 up the arms from a Clove Hitch.  The Figure 8 knot can't be tied in the middle of a line, but you can pull it tight as a stopper knot on one end.  (Like a shoelace, with or without the aglet)  The Clove Hitch can be bent in a rubberband, and collapsed into 3 coils.  (Or a zip tie with a pipe T on the end.  I usually bend it back, and stick a stick through the straight across handle, and the bent end of the zip tye.  Flops right out of a back pocket, can be pulled over the the wrists, ankles, or a head if it's long enough.)

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