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Double Fisherman's Knot



Also known as the Grapevine Knot, the Double Overhand Knot is commonly used to tie two ropes of different diameters. As the namne suggests, this knot involves tying two Fisherman's Knots on the ropes. Let our animation guide you in learning how to tie a Double Fisherman's Knot.



Step 1:
Get the first rope and make a complete turn on the second rope.

Step 2:
Make another turn and then pass the working end of the first rope through the two loops.

Step 3:
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Pull to tighten.

Step 4:
Repeat Steps 1 to 3 but this time, use the second rope in tying the knot on the other side.

Step 5:
Pull the ends of the two ropes to tighten.

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chris
Monday 6th July 2009 at 1:39:29 PM  

These are so HELPFUL!

THE JUICE
Thursday 20th August 2009 at 1:03:52 AM  

EXCELLENT!

wooh
Friday 28th August 2009 at 3:46:33 AM  

Can this knot be used to tie two ropes together of the same diameter to be used for repelling?

satclimb
Wednesday 1st December 2010 at 11:56:50 AM  

Thanks for your nice topics

malley
Tuesday 24th May 2011 at 9:18:34 PM  

don''t use this for repelling. very bad idea. figure of eight in the end of the first rope and the end of the second rope threaded through then a stopper on both tails. or a double eight on one rope and a single on the other same principle except you have a loop to clip a cowstail into when switching ropes


 
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