User Suggested Knots
We are constantly asked to add new knots to our knot apps. We certainly consider all suggestions and try to accommodate them into the app if it makes sense. We have already implemented several dozen user suggested knots into the app. The following are outstanding requests that may possibly be added to Knots 3D in a future release. Feel free to suggest your favorite knot or second a motion for one listed below! Submit knot requests to http://nynix.com/support/. Drawing and animating each knot is time intensive so it may take months before your favorite knot is part of Knots 3D. Thanks for your patience! We try to release an update every 6 months with new knots and/or functionality.
User Suggested Knot List
- Decorative Knots
Double Coin Knot Double bight figure 8 / Double Figure 8 Loop / Bunny Ears Double Fisherman’s Knot
- Turle knot (4). Usage: fishing – to securely tie a fly on a leader. (required for fishing merit badge) (Danish: Forfang til flue) Chinese:鈎孔結
Masthead Knot (Jury Mast Knot)
- J Knot (2)
Lashings (Square, Diagonal, Sheer) Monkey’s Fist (2) Turk’s Head Mat Turk’s Head Mat Woggle (7)
- Necktie Knots, e.g. Full and half Windsor, Eldredge Knot / German: Krawattenknoten / Russian: узлы для завязывания галстуков, Noeud de cravate (simple) (27) (probably not going to do necktie knots in the app anytime soon. there are some great necktie apps out there already) Windsor / German: Windsor Knoten, Portuguese: Gravata
Siberian Hitch (7) Video (aka: Evenk knot) Usage: Bushcraft
- 3 knots Ray Mears uses for his tarp and hammock – siberian hitch, tarp taut hitch and his guyrope hitch (Ray’s own versions of these three)
- Halter Hitch (2), Dutch: paardeknoop
- Canoeman Knot (2) – Fishing – Video
- Swiss Seat (2) – A Swiss seat rappel harness is a simple harness made from a piece of rope or webbing. It is good for those who need to make a harness on the fly, or for those who don’t want to buy a commercially made harness. Video
- Hasty Webbing / hasty harness (2) – used to tie a temporary lifting harness out of a single piece of webbing (similar to Swiss Seat) Video
- Rope Ladder Knot, Field Expedient Rope Ladder (2) – impromptu wall or obstacle climbing.
- Scaffold Hitch (1) – A Hitch used to tie a pole/plank to suspend it horizontally. Russia Scouts advance standard requirement.
- Tugboat Bowline (flying bowline?)
Trucker’s Hitch Tensionless Hitch
- Versatackle (3) – friction locking alternative to trucker’s hitch
- Radium Release Hitch (10) – Mountain Rescue – used in rope rescue to transfer load between two systems, such as main and belay/back up lines. Video: Radium Release Hitch, Video
- Wrap 3 Pull 2
- High Strength Tie Off
- Two Paw Knot
Grapevine Knot (abok294, Double Fisherman’s) Nail Knot/Barrel Knot/abok#295 (Italian: “knot of the tube”)(7)
- Keychain knots (boondoggle?)
Celtic and Chinese knots
- Egg Loop Knot / Bait Loop Knot / Bumper Knot (12) – hook tying to monofilament with bait holding loop. commonly used for salmon/steelhead fishing in the Northwest. Modified Snell Knot.
- Egg Loop with Double Hook
Snell Knot (15) Usage: Fishing, Video
- Sliding Snell Knot
- Knotless Knot (4) Usage: Fishing. Making hair rigs. Fox guide to the knotless knot: http://youtu.be/If8LufZ_rm
Mooring Hitch (2) Highwayman’s Hitch (3)
- Horse tethering knots (3) . e.g. Quick Release (email image from michel mueller). French: nœud d’attache cheval
Dropper Loop/dropper knot (7). Usage: Fishing/Fly fishing (Swedish: Upphängarögla, German: Drop-shot-knoten)
- Improved Albright Knot / Modified Albright knot (2) – Fishing – join two lines together
- Poldo Tackle (2) – The poldo tackle is an instant tension-applying and tension-releasing mechanism. The tackle allows for a 2:1 mechanical advantage using only rope. (Italian: tipi di paranchi: MEZZO POLDO, POLDO, SEMPLICE)
- Hangman’s Knot (23) AKA Hangman’s Noose / Spanish: nudo del verdugo, Nudo del ahorcado / French: du pendu (noeud coulant) / German: Henkerknoten / Italian: NODO IMPICCATO ,
nodo scorsoio semplice
- Fiador Knot (3) Usage: Maritime, Livestock Halters. Video
- Knotted halter – Horse halter made from one piece of cord. The most commonly seen halter these days, some people make them in a flash. Starts with a fiador knot below the jaw…
- Spider Hitch (4) – Double line fishing knot
- Bimini Twist (18) – Fishing – Used for making leaders, offshore fishing. video
- More splices (2)
- Eye Splice – e.g. eye splice/loop splice, 3 strand eye splice, Video (37), Permanent loop. Can be used for securing to a deck cleat and also for attaching to a snap swivel et. French = Épissure à œil, Several language translations
English: eye splice
Français: épissure, noeud d’epissure
Russian: Плетение петли троса, http://prouzli.ru/soedinenie-verevok/164-ogon-metod-pletenija.html
- Wire rigging splices, like a Liverpool eye splice with a Becket, or the Toledo loop splice
- 6 wire splice
- Short Splice (3)- permanently joining two ropes
- Locked Brummell Splice – creating a loop in ant braided hollow core rope. Amsteel, Dyneema.
- Liverpool splice in strand rope 6 – hawser mooring. Swedish: Liverpool splize, tross 6 kardel (förtöjningstross)
Double Grinner (Uni to Uni Knot, Duncan) Icicle Hitch
- Spanish bowline (4) – Use a harness to lift a person. video
- Double Dragon Bend (3)
- Thompson knot
- French prusik (4) – Rappelling Security. French: Machard tréssé, noeud d’escalade auto bloquant.
Yosemite bowline (3)
- Matthew Walker Knot
- Star Knot / Single Strand Star Knot (2) example, video , French – nœud de l’étoile
- Chinese button knot (4), Decorative – Similar to Diamond Knot. Used as Buttons on Chinese Women’s Qi-pao dress (aka Cheongsam) and Sun Yat Sen Men’s Coat. (Turkish:İp ortasında düğme )
- Wall Knot
- Man Knot
- Paracord bracelets, survival bracelet (Spanish: pulsera de supervivencia), paracord bracelet key ring, noeud de survie pour faire des bracelets (15)
- Fish-Tail – Paracord Bracelet
- Paracord slingshot
- Lanyard Knots – shark jaw, Solomon (2) ( about 8 variations ), box, ladder, etc
- Lanyard/Paracord – Cobra / Cobra stich knot / Cobra Weave (used for bracelets and decoration) (12) German: Kobraknoten, video
- Square (Box) Stitch – paracord/boondoggle/scoobie keychain. Video
- Circle Stitch – paracord/boondoggle/scoobie keychain. Video
- King Cobra knot (German: Königskobraknoten)
Lanyard/Diamond Knot (28) – Decorative/Arborist Terminal Knot, Spanish: Nudo Diamante(nudo cordón de cuclillo) / Turkish:Çift ipte düğme / German: Diamantknoten (Zierknoten/Decorative), / French: Nœud de sifflet de bosco / Italian: nodo diamante / Swedish: Sjömannens Hemlighet or Diamantknop / Chinese: 鑽石結 / Russian: Бриллиантовый, Алмазный
English: diamond knot / knife lanyard knot
Svenska: diamantknop (på dubbel lina) Common Whipping (6) (ie rope whipping knot as described in the scout handbook)
- Country western whipping – wrapping, decorative
- Sailor’s Whipping
- Sailmaker’s whipping (4) – bind the end of a rope to keep it from unravelling. Better method of whipping than common. Will not slip off end and works well through blocks. Video
Transom Knot (3) Adjustable Grip Hitch (3)Useful knots page Double overhand sliding loop / Poacher’s Knot (2) Useful knots page Klemheist Knot / Machard knot / AutoBlock / French Prusik (18) – Friction Hitch used in climbing. (Italian: Nodo Machard, nodo autobloccante, usato nelle manovre di corda. French: Nœud Machard, auto blocant)
- Machard Tressé (2) – auto blocant
- Noeud Francais – auto blocant
- Boom Hitch (2)
Double Constrictor (5) – extremely tight permanent binding Barrel Hitch (4) – The “barrel hitch” and “barrel sling,” named for their use in hoisting cargo aboard ships, are a simple yet effective way to suspend an object. Chinese: 桶結
- Wikipedia most useful knots list
- Wakos transport knot (Trucker’s Hitch alternative)
Euro Death Knot/EDK/Flat Overhand Bend (7) Italian: Galleggiante, German: doppelter Sackstich – für die “Spezielle Rettung aus Höhen und Tiefen” SRHT Feuerwehr
- Hunter’s Bend (rigger’s) (6) Fixed connection between two ropes, even of different strength. Can be removed easily. Very nice, symmetrical knot. Was introduced about 15 years ago as a new invention in the magazine Der Spiegel.
Blakes hitch (5) aka “Slip-or-(k)not” used by Arborists(friction Hitch use in the Professional Tree industry) Valdotain Hitch / Valdotain Tresse / VT – (10) (friction Hitch use in the Professional Tree industry) Friction Hitches for Single rope technique (SRT). Variation of the French Prusik, tied with a eye to eye split tail, used by Arborist.
- Michoacan (2)- tied with a eye to eye split tail, similar to Blake’s hitch but a closed version, used by Arborist
Distel Hitch (10) – Friction Hitches for Single rope technique (SRT). friction hitch. Very often used by arborists. When combined with a small pulley, it is an improvement over the Blake hitch as it can be adjusted with one hand. The best knot for this purpose. Video
- RBS Knot – Friction Hitch – Friction Hitches for Single rope technique (SRT)
- Arborist knots in general. See http://www.climbingarborist.com/knot.html
- Add an Arborist Category (3)
Schwabisch Prusik (5) – typically tied with eye to eye split tail, used by Arborist. video Packer’s Knot / Butcher Knots (Abok 187, 408, 2083) (19) Chinese: 包裹結, German: paketknoten
- Guyline Hitch
- Stunsail knot (Halyard Bend) The knot is essential to tie a halyard to a gunter (on a Drascombe Lugger for example).
Pile Hitch (2)
- Add a knot terminology section to the app
- Add a Rigging category
- Mahseer Knot (best for specimen fisherman)
- Amarra Continua (2) (Brazil / Portuguese Name) Bridge Lashing? para fazer prancha de mesas e assentos e encostos de cadeiras e outras utilidades. Video
Trucker’s Hitch 南京結び / なんきん結び(12) (Trucker’s hitch variant used extensively in Japan) トラックに荷物を縛る, Alternatively called the Truckie’s Hitch in English. Another example. Also Double Truckies Knot, or Double Shank Hitch. Spanish: Carioca ou Nó de caminhoneiro , Portuguese: Nó Cearense
- French Knot (Decorative knot)
- Methods for coiling a rope (rope storage) (2) ロープのまとめ方（格納）
- Fireman’s Coil – rope storage
- Quick Turn Knot – rope storage
- Gasket Coil (9) – (aka Buntline coil) rope storage knot used by climbers for storage of rope (roll up rope/cable/cords) (video)
- Climber’s Coil
- Military detonation knots: Triple Roll Knot and Girth Hitch
- Army style wireman’s knot (4) – forms a fixed loop in the middle of the rope, similar to the butterfly knot.
- Sinnet knots, 3,4,5 strand (aka: Sinnet, Sennit, Synet) (2)
- Monster Mule
- Munter Mule (6), Usage: Climbing. Climbing knot used for releasable rappels. tying off a munter to go hands free! Tying off an atc belay device. Video
- Super Munter Hitch / Monster Munter (2) – Rescue, Used to lower heavy loads.
- Tripod Lashing / Figure 8 Lashing / Spear Lashing (9) – for lashing 3 poles – typically to create a stable tripod structure in pioneering. ( German: Dreibund, Dreibeinbund)
Tripod Lashing (Plain Turns) – create a stable tripod structure in pioneering.
- Chain Sinnet aka Monkey Braid, Monkey Chain, ABOK #2868 (5) – Used by climber’s for shortening and/or storing a rope Russian: Веревочная цепочка, Мартышкина цепочка (узел) – Video
Докерский узел, Racking Bend (2) – Join two lines
- Лиановый узел (English name? Similar to Butterfly Bend. Both listed here)
- Мельничный узел, Miller’s Knot/Sack Knot/Bag Knot (7) – Usage: surgery, closing off mouth of a bag Video
- Butterfly Bend (2) (Russian: Соединяющий австрийский проводник)
- Vice Versa Knot – useful when binding 2 different materials
- Halyard hitch / Jeanneau Halyard Knot (2) – yachting
- Chinese Clover Leaf Knot (Three ring Knot)
Cowboy Bowline (also called Left Hand bowline or Dutch Marine bowline) (8) Version of Bowline used by Dutch and German Navy and Soortbootführerschei See (German Boating license)
- Strangle Knot (4) – climbing, usually to a carabiner. Similar to the constrictor knot.
- Decorative: Celtic Heart Knot (2)
- Twizzle Rig – very useful sailing joint for downwind cruising with twin jib. The rig is called “twizzle rig” and the universal joint in the heart of that rig is called “twizzle joint”. The videos #; 1, 4 and 8 provide illustration of the joint construction.
Davy Knot (Davey) fly fishing knot (11) – Simple knot used in a variety of ways (in the garage or some fishing applications). used for securing a fishing line to an artificial fly. Much easier to tie and smaller than a Clinch Knot. This is super easy to tie and is a highly rated knot for fishing. Usage: tiny flies or small lures Video. The knot is the creation of Davy Wotton, who is a Welshman relocated to Flippin, Arkansas.
- Double Davy (Davey) (3) – Fishing
- Simple Simon Under (3), Swedish: Enkel Simon under
- Simple Simon Over (2), Russian: академический узел, альпинизм , рыболовля
- Simple Simon Symetrical
- Shake Hands bend
- Sinnet Bend
- Bowline Stopper (Bowline, with the loop sinched tight to remove loop space)
- Bachmann (Prussik with Carabiner) (5) Italian – Nodo bachmann, German: Karabinerklemmknoten Video
- Saltwater Fishing knots
- Macrame knots – decorative
- Figure of 9 / Figure 9 on the Bight- abseiling / rope climbing (6) German: Neuner, French: Noeud en neuf – le noeud en neuf est utilisé principalement comme noeud d’amarrage en spéléologie car il est plus résistant que le noeud en huit sa surface corde sur corde étant plus grande. Les cordes utilisées en spéléologie sont plus fines et statiques donc moins solides que les cordes d’escalade leur utilisation étant toujours statique.
- Farrimond Friction Hitch (5), Great easy to use sturdy quick release hitch for camping and many other uses where you need to increase or decrease tension in a line. Such as in setting up tents, tarps or hammocks. Similar uses to a taut line knot but easier to break down when you’re ready to break camp. It is useful when the length of a line will need to be periodically adjusted in order to maintain or adjust tension whilst remaining quick and easy to untie. Youtube example. And another video
- Drop Shot – fishing knot
- Diamond Hitch (2)- securing parcels to a rack or backpack or lashing a load to a pack animal. It shows how to make ‘springs’ that keep tension on the load. The idea can be used elsewhere.
Clove Hitch (5) / Mastwurf (alternate method) – loops formed and then slid over the end of a pole. In German, Mastwurf gelegt (slipped over) , vs Mastwurf gestochen (around)
- Bookbinder Knot – for tying one thread to another to lengthen thread to continue sewing book signatures. Preferred because the knot is very small. Video
- Tony Pena Knot (2) – Fishing, Italian: Nodo Tony Pena
- узел гарда (Guard Knot? Munter variant?) Video
- Двойной проводник Video German: Doppelte Rettungsschlinge
- Eight Strand Double Edge Flat Sinnet (ABOK #2996) Decorative
- 8 Strand Gaucho Braid, Decorative
- Star Knot, Decorative
- Pineapple Knot, Decorative
- Shoelace knot(2) – various methods for people who like to wear stylish shoes.
- FG Knot (22) – Braid to fluorocarbon leader tying for fishing. Award winning knot for strongest mono to braid knot and reduce’s the drag of the knot through the eyes of the rod. FG Knot – Video. Synonyms: Sebile Knot, The Delph Knot and The GT Knot. French=Nœud de raccord tresse. Alternate tying method that might be easier to animate. German: FG Knoten.
- Threaded Double Bowline / Doppelter Bulin
- Fishing net knots / Netting Knots (3)
- Harness Loop / Artillery Knot (2), Chinese: 背縴結
- Centauri and Double Centauri (2)- Fishing Knots. German: Centauri-Knoten
- Ships decorative bell rope
- Academic Knot (2) – Surgery and climbing (Russian: Академический узел)
- Falconer’s knot (4) – Used to attach bird of prey to a ring on glove, therefore must be able to be tied with one hand. Also must be releasable in one direction (human) but not the other (the bird). Video
- Drawstring Knot, (Exact Name unknown as per Gregg Alley email, photo attached.)
- Splices for tech 12 rope (2)
- Peixet (French) – Fishing Knot used to connect braid and fluorocarbon. Video Same/Similar to FG Knot?
- Sledge Knot (2) – Bear Grylls – “You won’t find how to tie a sledge knot in any book or manual but its used by dogsledders as a really efficient self-tightening knot that will never come undone.” Video
- Various Plaits (2) e.g. Ocean Plait, kruisknoopplatting, kruisplatting, schildknoopplatting, schildknoopplatting-kruisknoopplatting, hielingsteekplatting, platte knoop
- How about knots for different types of materials,i.e. nylon webbing, thicker type ropes, etc?
- Add an indicator with a arrow or similar, the direction of load for instance on the icicle hitch.
- Double Bowline – Used in climbing ( Italian: Bulino doppio, Nodo alternativo al Savoia inseguito )
- Mathew Walker knot (3) – Used by the Navy. Stops fraying. Two strand Mathew Walker Knot
- Purcell Prusik – Rope Rescue
- Doppelter HMS-Knoten – Bremsknoten bei schweren Lasten – für die “Spezielle Rettung aus Höhen und Tiefen” SRHT Feuerwehr
- Schleifknoten – Sicherungsknoten zum Festlegen eines HMS – für die “Spezielle Rettung aus Höhen und Tiefen” SRHT Feuerwehr
- Maçon – Mason Knot??? Need example
- Friendship Knot (4) / Scoubidou Knot / Boondoggle Knot / Neckerchief / Scarf Knot – (Dutch=Vriendschapsknoop, German=Freundschaftsknoten – Verwendung als Abschluß am Halstuch als Zierknoten. See email photo) Danish=Firknob
- Эшафотный узел – English???
- Canadian Jam (3)- Usage:Binding/Compression Video 1, Video 2
- Tumble Hitch (2) – Quick-release draw loop similar to the Highwayman’s hitch.
- Mooching Leader – fishing
- Slim Beauty – fishing (4) – join a monofilament leader to braided main line Video. Improved Slim Beauty video.
- Eskimo Bowline (2) – applications where the loop is stretched wide
- Jewelry making knots
- Japanese Omamori Tassel Knot – Used on Japanese amulet/charm. Video,
- Aberdeen Knot – Surgical : Ideal ending of sub cuticular continuous suturing with resorbable material if knot is to be invisible for cosmetic reasons. Mechanically very stable. Video
- Edwards Bowline – Climbing
- Prohaska Bowline / Janus Bowline / Double Bight Bowline – Climbing. Invented by Heinz Prohaska
- Tuck Blood – Excellent fishing knot. See video at 5:00 mark
- Kalmyk Knot / Kalmyk Loop (5) – Better than mooring hitch. Video. Russian: Калмыцкий узел, wikipedia
- Add a Construction Knots category. From Anthony C. – “there are millions of construction workers and there is no category for them. All of the apprentice classes from the union crafts have to learn dozens of knots”
- Obi Knot – Used to tie the belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Dutch: obi knoop
- Karate belt knot – Karate – Video
- Bottle Cork Tie – securing cork in bottle
- Beer Knot – The Beer Knot (Fig. 332) is based on a slipped Overhand, like a Marlinspike Hitch is.
- Champagne Knot – Variant 1: Champagne knot (Fig. 336) is based on a slipped Figure Eight. Variant 2: Champagne knot (Fig. 340) is based on a slipped Overhand.
- Snake/Serpent Knot – Decorative. Video. Spanish: nudo de serpiente
- Fusion Knot / Karash Knot – Attaching a climbing rope (SRT) to two anchors. Easy to adjust like Bunny ears, but has internal friction that prevents the knot from failing if one loop is cut. Other uses, e.g. rescue. In the Swedish speleological association we call it the Fusion knot. Video
Underwriters knot / Electricians knot (4) – keep an electric cord from putting strain on connections ( e.g. In a lamp)
- Sailor’s Hitch
- плетение ковриков ( rope mat).
- Recuperação de corda / Nós de Fuga – Climbing – Rope for Recovery in Rappelling
- Bunny Ears with Tail – Italian link, Variant of bunny ears but with tail, can be used with the abok 1047.
- Boa Knot (2) – (German: Boa Knoten) – Can be used in place of the Constrictor knot
- Snake Lashing – for lashing small poles on the base
- Bale Sling Hitch (2) – A knot which traditionally uses a continuous loop of strap to form a cow hitch around an object in order to hoist or lower it.
- Chain Hitch – A knot used to connect a rope to a cylindrical object. Similar to the marline hitch, but formed with successive Clove hitch knots.
- Gripping Sailor’s Hitch – A secure, jam-proof hitch used to tie one rope to another, or a rope to a pole, boom, spar, etc., when the pull is lengthwise along the object.
- Killick Hitch (2)- A type of hitch knot used to attach a rope to oddly shaped objects. aka Kelleg Hitch
- Ossel Hitch – A knot used to attach a rope or line to an object.
- Pipe Hitch (2)- A hitch-type knot used to secure smooth cylindrical objects.
- Snuggle Hitch – A modification of the clove hitch
- Axle Hitch – Typical use attaching a line to a relatively inaccessible object, such as a vehicle axle, ABOK #162, #1850
- Japanese Square Lashing / Mark II Square Lashing (3) – An alternative to the traditional square lashing for light spars and staves. Recently added to the 2016 Scount handbook (pg 374)
- Abspannknoten – Guyline hitch / Trucker’s hitch variant pdf
- Suturing Knots, e.g. simple interrupted, continuous suture, mattress, double mattress
- Jam Knot – a type of butchers knot thought by bushcraft instructor Mors Kochanski
- Celtic button knot (4) – stopper/decorative (video), paracord pace beads
- Super Knot – fishing
- 4 strand round knot
- Halyard (3) – Sailing – used to bend a line on to some sort of shackle or clip (a halyard shackle being the eponymous example) on a more-or-less permanent basis, but are too lazy (or ignorant) to be bothered with actually splicing the line on to the hardware. (video)
- Kara Eight Loop – Climbing (German: Kara-Acht Schlinge See email)
- Mountain Rescue Knot – Climbing/Rescue (German: Bergrettungsknoten see email)
- Backhand Hitch (7) – ABOK #1852 for hitching to posts. Video, Backhand Hitch and another link
- Archery Knots, e.g. “peep on string”, dloop
- Parcel / Package Knot
- Chain knots – Knots for use in chains rather than rope. Useful for those in agriculture, mining and manufacturing.
- Mariners hitch
- Rope climbing harness – impromptu field harness using a rope only
- HFP Slippery 8 Loop – Adjustable loop
- Rolling Bend – Used for pulling wire
- Anchor Splice or Rope To Chain Splice – To attach an anchor line to an anchor chain. A knot that will work with an anchor windlass.
Surgeons Knot (5) – Usage: Fishing – for tying two lines of unequal width together. Easier than a blood or barrel knot. Animation
- Estar hitch – useful for slippery lines such as Dyneema as it does not slip and retains 50% of the line strength.
- Miller Knot (Fishing version different than bag knot) – Fishing
- Fish-N-Fool Knot (2) – Fishing – The strongest knot available to connect fishing line to hook. (See Knot Wars)
- Reverse Albright & Lock – fishing, tying braid to mono or larger diameter fishing line. Video
- Willis Knot / Leadcore knot – fishing: connect mono or fluorocarbon to leadcore fishing line. Video
- Ladder lashing / bridge lashing / continuous lashing – (Portuguese: amarra contínua) Video
- Barrel Shoelace Knot – Sperry’s classic boat shoe lace stopper
- Pitzen Knot / Eugene Bend (2)- Fly fishing – terminal leader to fly
- Peixet Knot – Fishing – Tie thin braided lines with fluorocarbon (FG, Dyneema). French: Nœud Peixet
- Globe Knot – Decorative. Video
- Non-Slip Loop Knot / Kreh Loop (2) – Used for any fishing application which may require an end loop, but particularly prevalent in fly fishing for a livelier artificial fly presentation is desired. Video
- Double San Diego Jam Video – Fishing – tying hook to line
- RP Knot Video / Royal Polaris Knot (2) – Fishing – used for joining braid to fluorocarbon or mono. Used by many professionals.
- Noeud Rémy – Noeud autobloquant pour l’assurage du second de cordée. Voir aussi noeud Lorenzi. Noeud Rémy
- Noeud Lorenzi – Noeud d’assurage du second de cordée autobloquant. Voir aussi noeud Remy
- Pro Knot or Wilson Knot – Tennis racquet
- Tennis Racket Knot – Tennisrackets bespannen
- Slip Knot – used like a cowboy lasso that pulls tight around an object
More lashings West Country Lashing – Create a longer pole from two poles.
- Add a whipping category and more types of whippings (2)
- Twin Bowline / Interlocking Bowline (2) – Join two lengths of rope. Easy to untie after heavy load has been placed on rope
- Vice Versa Bend – joining two ends of rope/ cord
- Double Butterfly knot – forms two fixed loops in the middle of the rope.
Marlin Spike Hitch – Used for hammock camping among other things.
- Clew Knot – Hammock – Video
- Hammock Knots
- Rat’s Nest knot / Gordian Knot – a jumbled, tangled, untie-able mess. Just for fun!
- Bollard Hitch / Pollerstek – Mooring to a bollard
- Add the following to the boating section: coiling of linen, traps, mooring, ropes / hawsers. Original German: In Rubrik Boot: Aufschießen von Leinen, Fallen, Festmachern, Tauen/Trossen
- Cinching knot – cinching knot used in climbing, usually with a caribener
- Scaffold knot – cinching knot used in climbing, usually with a caribener
- Trident Loop – Climbing, Proposed replacement for the figure 8. German: Dreizack-Schlaufe
- Rope handle – a rope handle comprised of a chain sinnet and bowline used in sailing with control lines. Video
- SF Knot (2) – Fishing knot to join braided line with monofilament. Portuguese: Nó SF
- Stren Knot – Fishing knot – mono to braid – Video
- Feature request: Add ability to tag or flag certain knots and access them in their own section
- Roeder Knot – Surgery – arthroscopic sliding knot named after MD Developer. Video
- 梅結び (Plum Knot?) – Decorative knot that looks like a 5 petal flower. Chinese Knotting style. Video
- 几帳結び (Kicho knot?) – Decorative knot. 3 loop shamrock style knot with a square/friendship looking center. Video
- Quilter’s Knot – Quilting (video)
- Zeppelin (Rosendahl) Loop – fixed loop. video
- Cawley Hitch
- Beckett Hitch
- Long Splice – joining two ropes, while maintaining close to the same diameter. Video
- Rope Grommet – for making rope rings – Video
Heaving Line Knot – for adding weight to the end of a line to throw.
- it would be very very helpful if, when describing the Fishing knots which is the thick and which is the thin cord (eg Albright Special). It is similar when braided is connected to monofilament.
- ABOK 1164, 1165 & 1166 – Usage: All lovely decorative knots often found in “knot display” cases and each an elaboration of the previous with the first (1164) based on the handcuff knot with the two loops half hitched.
- Create an “Essential Knots” category for easy access.
- ワイヤー南京 – 利用方法:荷締め、救助、その他. Tie down and rescue.
- Alberto (2) – Fishing – Mono to Braid
- Nœud pour hameçon à palette / Nœud de Mitraillette – fishing/pêche
- Marine Anker – Zierknoten (See email photo)
- Sherpa’s Knot – lacing boots. This knot is popular with hikers and has many variations.
- Bobber Stop Knot – Fishing – adjust where the bobber stops on your fishing line.
- Lighterman’s Hitch – Quick but temporary way to tie up a small craft to a bollard.
- Knat Hitch – Simple, easily tied hitch for attaching rope end to a pole, rail, etc. Like Buntline hitch but jam resistant. Very compact. Apparently a relatively new knot.
- AG Chain – Fishing Jigs. Extremly strong terminal knot. Video – When casting large surface lures to hard fighting fish the AG Chain knot is one of the most favoured by sports fisherman. This is because of its incredible strength and shock absorbent quality.
- Kreh Loop / Non-Slip Loop Knot – Leader to fly.
- Portuguese Bowline – rigging, climbing, and rescue.
- Franciscan Friar’s Knot / Triple Overhand Knot / ABOK#517 – Decorative, Boating, Religious. German: Franziskanerknoten, French: Nœud de franciscain. Video Friar’s Vows represented by the knot: obedience, poverty, chastity. See here for some additional history and info.
- Multiple Overhand Knot – Stopper Knot – German: Mehrfacher Überhandknoten
- Queen Clara hitch (2) – Tied to spar or as a messenger line to a larger rope. The queen Clara Hitch is a knot invented by Dr Harry Asher and published in 1986. It is designed to be tied to a spar or other larger rope. Video
- Allison Bend – tie two lines together – Two identical half hitches placed together. (One over the other ). Pull the tails through the loops Tails drop 90 degrees together from the lines.
- Add a gray background theme to the list of selectable color schemes/themes.
- Martín Michoacáno Knot – tree work.
- Double Alpine Butterfly – anytime two non-collapsing clip-in points are required in the middle of a rope.
- Quiz or some other way to prove someone has mastered a knot.
- One Knot – Tenkara – tippet to level line and tippet to fly Video
- Seilverkürzung – gletschertrekking, hochtour/bergsport. (Rope shortening knot used in mountaineering). Video
- Slippery Hitch / Slipped Clove Hitch – Quick release hitch. German: Webeleinstek auf Slip Video
- Twisted Dropper Loop – fishing
- Sebile Knot – fishing line-to-line
- Rope-to-chain Splice – allows an electric windlass to feed the rope and chain in and out of an anchor locker. Video
- Double Locking Half Hitch / Light Aircraft Tie Down Knot / Awning Knot /ABOK #1854 – Securing a small airplane. Related to the Rolling/Midshipman’s hitch. Video
- Penberthy Knot / Spiral Prusik – Climbing prussic variation/rescue. Penberthy discussion link.
- Advanced twisted Paternoster fishing rig -Well worth using when dropping baits and fishing in deep water. Video
- Doppelter Bulin Knoten – Final form same as bowline on a bight but rethreaded. – Video
- Tarbuck Knot – Adjustable loop developed by Kenneth Tarbuck for use by climbers, and was primarily used with stranded nylon ropes. German: Tarbuck-Knoten
- Spanish Windlass (2)- ABOK #2022 – mechanical advantage (lever) device. See IGKT topic on windlasses.
- Grapple Hitch – ABOK 1471 & 1231. Similar to Adjustable Grip Hitch but superior.
- Suggestion – Mark the ends of the rope with a different color to better see where the end goes.
- Rosebud Knot – Stopper Knot
- Double Floor Lashing – Used to make a platform floor, raft, deck, or walkway. Portuguese: Amarra Continua
- Knut Hitch – Climbing/Arborist. Introduced by arborist Knut Foppe. Video. French: Knut – Nœud autobloquant
- Knute Hitch – The Knute Hitch is a simple knot that can be used to attach a lanyard to a tool, or dummy cord any gear with a lanyard hole.
- New category for surgeon’s knots.
- Andalusian Hitch – Caving and climbing, rappelling. Portuguese: Nó Andaluz, Spanish: Nudo Andaluz
- Additional firefighter knots from training course for RSB, Regiment of Firefighters of Lisbon. (In Portuguese). See pdf. Figure of Nine/Nó de Nove, Triple Bowline/Nó de Três Seios, Nó de 2 F`s, Figures eight with safety overhand / Nó de Oito Tricotado
- Seaman’s Shoelace Knot – a shoelace knot that does not come untied; from the LL Bean website for slippers with rawhide laces. Video
- Calvary Knot – traditional horsemanship, horse/mule Video
- Orvis Knot – Fishing Knot. Animation
- Add a webbing section – dedicated to knots for webbing.
- морковка – Fishing,connect mainline with shock leader. English translation = Carrot Knot.
- Nodo Torino – (Italian) Used to make a harness (Bowline on a Bight?)
- Nodo Milano -(Italian) Used to make a harness
- Film and Stage section for Grips (3) – There are a handful of knots that are used regularly on set. It would be incredible if there was a category just for film, or more specifically, grips. Grips are generally the guys on set or on stages tying things off. See: Knots Every Grip Should Know and this link
- Add knots for eye-less hooks – fishing.
- Gnat Hitch – simple, jam-resistant, non-slipped, noose-like hitch that maintains excellent security all with one pass of rope around the object.
- Gary Martin Knot / World’s Fair Knot – Created by Gary L. Martin of Lafayette, Indiana this terminal tackle knot was selected by a panel of outdoor writers as the best new, easy to tie, all-purpose fishing knot in Dupont Corp’s Great Knot Search. German: Weltausstellungsknoten, Martins-Knoten, video
- Double overhand used for making rope halters – when tied it makes a X on both sides. This double overhand is made with two different parts of the line. This knot is one of two knots used to make a halter, Fiador is the other.