|Form a non-overlapping curve (bight) with the tipped end (working end at the bottom||I'm Stumped|
|Cross the working end over the other end (standing end) to form an "overhand" loop||I'm Stumped|
|Pass the working end underneath the first part of the loop and||I'm Stumped|
|and underneath the second part of the loop to form a second loop||I'm Stumped|
|Then wrap the working end over and through the second loop||I'm Stumped|
|And pull to tighten. This is the finished knot.||I'm Stumped|
|What makes it a running knot is that you can expand the loop||I'm Stumped|
|and contract the loop.||I'm Stumped|
|It can be made very large||I'm Stumped|
|and when put over an object||I'm Stumped|
|and tension is applied, it will tighten around the object.||I'm Stumped|
-Effective way to create a fixed loop at the end of a rope and used by climbers, sailors, rescue personnel, and more.
-One of the "essential knots." Effective way to create a fixed loop at the end of a rope.
-Easy to tie.
-Easy to untie
-Can work loose when not under load
-Slips when pulled sideways
-For a more secure knot, the Double bwoline, waterboline, and yosmite boline are recommended
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