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KNOTS YOU NEED: BOAT KNOTS Bowline on a bight, bowline in the bight, bowline upon the bight—they are all names for the same knot. This knot can be tied near a working end of a rope but more often appears away from an end.
Bull Hitch: Step 4 Bring the working end up and over the rail or bar (from the back) a second time (as shown in the photograph). Take the working end down through the loop in the knot through which the standing part passes. Tighten by pulling on the standing part. 43 stationary hitches Bull Hitch: Step 3 Transom Knot A useful knot for tying together two crossed pieces of rigid material. from which gear may be hung or to which the high end of a tarp may be attached for shelter. Survival courses often include this knot as a means to aid in the construction of primitive shelters.
It also works well as a starting point for lashings. The pedigree cow hitch is credited to Dr. Harry Asher and his 1989 publication, The Alternative Knot Book. ZOOM Cow Hitch (Pedigree): Step 3 Cow Hitch (Pedigree): Step 4 Bring the working end back up and over the rail again, and down through the bight of the knot, as shown in the photograph. Tuck the working end behind both turns of the rope that go around the rail or bar. Tighten by pulling on the standing part. stationary hitches 41 Dr. Asher also wrote about the theory behind why knots work He was a founding member of the International Guild of Knot Tyers.