seems to be about a million different ways onhow to tie a
knot in a rope. I didn’t have a rope so in this
video I used some twine. The difference in how this knot
works than many others is it binds the string to itself.
Thus making it easier to tie it off in a good solid tight knot.
How to tie a knot in a rope
I was younger, right out of high school, I worked for
Safeway. When we received eggs they came in this long
rectangular boxes. These boxes collapsed flat and we needed
to tie them together in bundles of about 10. To make the
string stay taught a truck driver for the company saw me binding
up some and showed me how doing this with a double wrap of the
string was much more efficient. So, it became a common
method thereafter, onhow to tie a
knot in a ropethat
would stick. It didn’t have to be rope, but could have
been. We used ordinary high strength cotton string. If
you save newspapers to take to the recycle location you can use
this method also. Cardboard can be bound into bundles the
same way. It may take a little thinking on your part to get
this down, but once you get it down it will be with you
forever. It’s just a unique way onhow
to tie a knot in a ropethat doesn’t slip
back on you.