Learn how to tie the One Handed Bowline Knot for climbing. The animated knot tying tutorial is the best you'll find. With this knot tying how to, you can tie the One Handed Bowline Knot fast or slow, or pause it at every step along the way. Learn to tie knots for your next cli ...more
In this Disaster Preparation video tutorial you will learn how to tie a double bowline knot step by step. Robert Segundo, knot tying expert, presents this video. This knot is stronger than the regular bowline knot. When you put a knot on a rope, its strength reduces. This knot ...more
This is a great knot to use if you need two loops in the middle of a line, especially if you do not have access to the ends of the rope. If you need two loops at the end of a line, use the bowline on the bight, but don't bight to hard.
The Double Bowline has the same strength as a figure eight knot but is simpler to tie. As the rope wraps around twice, the double bowline knot is more secure than a regular bowline knot. Watch this video knot-tying tutorial and learn how to tie a double bowline knot.
The bowline knot has a long history in sailing. The bowline, or bow line, knot was used to secure the sail in position toward the back of the ship, allowing the sail to capture the wind. Contemporarily, the bowline knot is used anytime a strong, looped knot is required. Watch ...more
A bowline knot can tighten up really easily, in such a way that it's a headache to get the rope untied. The slip bowline knot, however, has a pull tab that releases the knot when you're ready. Watch this video knot-tying tutorial and learn how to tie a slip bowline knot.
Check out this instructional boating video that demonstrates how to tie the running bowline knot for boating. Animations are the best way to learn to tie a knot. Just follow the simple steps outlined in this instructional fishing video and learn how to tie a running bowline kn ...more
This video describes and shows you how to tie a loop in the end of a rope with a bowline knot. A bowline knot is used in rigging by the ground rigger to create a point for the up rigger to have a point to pull up. This is how you create a bowline knot. First you must create a ...more
The Double Loop Bowline: learn knot tying. Here's another way to tie a bowline in a doubled rope. The Double Loop Bowline knot was generally used at sea for lowering an injured man from aloft, by putting one leg is put through each loop. Use this knot tying animation to learn ...more
The bowline on a bighte knot is very similar to a French bowline knot. The bowline on a bighte knot is often used over the side of a ship, or in rescue work. Follow along with this video survival training tutorial and learn how to tie a bowline on a bighte knot.
The Double Bowline has the same strength as a figure eight knot but is simpler to tie. This variation of the double bowline knot differs from the original in that the end of the rope doubles back to go the same direction as the length, instead of hanging down into the loop. Wa ...more
Check out this instructional knot tying video that shows viewers how to tie a bowline knot around a chair. Practice and improve your knot tying skills by watching this tutorial and learn how to tie a bowline knot like an expert.
The boaters at BoatUS know that the bowline knot can be one of the hardest knots for new boat owners to learn. In this instructional knot tying video, Matt and Ann demonstrate how to tie a bowline and talk about its common uses. Know your knots and learn how to tie a bowline k ...more
The bowline knot is called the king of knots, and is perhaps one of the most important knots you could learn how to tie. It's used for making a loop at the end of a line. It's very strong, and doesn't diminish the strength of the line much, but is still easy to untie. Watch th ...more
Some of the towers demonstrate how they tie knots at this year's conference. In this instructional tying video, Bill Walsh ties a bowline knot. Practice and improve your knot tying skills by watching this tutorial and learn how to tie a bowline knot like an expert.
The pegged bowline, as demonstrated in this how-to video, is similar to a bowline on a bighte knot. Using pegs to construct knots is well documented. Simply tie the bowline as usual in the bight of the rope then peg the running end to the standing part. Watch this video knot-t ...more
Check out this instructional knot tying video that demonstrates how to tie the Bowline knot. The bowline is an exceptionally versatile knot. It is quick to tie (once you practice), doesn't slip and doesn't jam. Just follow the simple instructions outlined in this boating tutor ...more
This video describes how to tie a bowline knot in a few easy steps. To start, take a loose piece of rope in your right hand and make a loop about a foot away from the end. Then, take the loose end, bring it up through the loop you just made. Immediately after, wrap the loose e ...more
The method demonstrated in this how-to video makes the Bowline knot quick and easy to tie. It is useful when you expect a blow and need to take a few turns around your winch to use as an additional hardpoint. In this case I am simulating a mast winch but the process can be use ...more
Check out this video to learn how to tie another version of the pegged bowline. In this case, the running end of the rope is run around behind the standing part as though it were going to be finished in the usual manner, but is instead pegged on the loop. Watch this video knot ...more
A bowline knot is one of the most important knots in climbing. You need to make sure you tie it tight for your safety. Watch this tutorial before the next time you hit the hills, and stay safe.
This video shows you how to tie a bowline knot, usually used when using a canoe.
When climbing one of the most crucial knots to have in your arsenal is the Bowline Knot. But sometimes you may find yourself in a situation that requires you to tie one quickly. In this video you'll learn how to tie one quickly withn one hand so that way you can really leave y ...more
This how-two knot-tying video has been created by Paul Collingridge of Guildford College. It is used as an instructional video for tree surgery students. Bowline knots are useful for boating, rock-climbing, and any time a relatively strong looped end is needed. Check out this ...more
This how-to video demonstrates a way of tying a bowline to adjust the snugness of the bowline on your winch or whatever you have tied it to. Tie the bowline as usual. Pull the top of the eye and the bottom of the turn apart then pull on both of the strands exiting the loop to ...more
This is a home grown variant of the bowline, also useful for sailing. The bowline is tied in the standard manner in the bight of the rope. The running end is passed below the knot and follows the turn back around through the locking bend. The exiting loop can be used for lifti ...more
This is a video tutorial in the Arts & Crafts category where you are going to learn how to tie a Bowline knot with one hand. Doing this is really simple and easy and doesn't take any time at all. Hang a line from any support. Take the lower end, that is the running end in one ...more
Learn how to tie a Spanish Bowline - a good way of tying a bowline with two loops. This is a fine knot for camping, climbing, sailing or Boy Scout training.
If you need a sturdy, super strong knot, but you want be able to reuse the rope, then the bowline knot is what you want. The bowline knot is one of the strongest knots available. It's a nonbinding knot which makes a nonslipping and nonjamming loop at the end of the rope. This ...more
Know your knots! With this free video tutorial, you'll learn how to tie a bowline knot. The great thing about a bowline knot is that no matter how much tension is applied, it will always slip back out when you want it to. The knot is easy to tie provided, of course, you know h ...more
A bowline knot can be used to secure a line to a person overboard. Tie a bowline waist knot. Click through to watch this video on sailingcourse.com
The bowline knot can be furthered strengthened by tying an additional backup knot. As knot-tying reduces the strength of the line, it's advisable to back up knots if the rope will be enduring some weight. Watch this video survival training tutorial and learn how to tie a bowli ...more
Bowline knots are great knots to use for safety. Learn about tying bowline knots in this free video lesson from an Eagle Scout. Part 1 of 5 - How to Tie bowline knots. Tie bowline knots - Part 2 of 5. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Tie bowline knots - P ...more
This how-to video shows in close-up detail how to tie some common scouting knots. This video is an ideal teaching aid for kids from 8 to 80. Watch this video knot-tying tutorial and learn how to tie the reef, sheet bend, and bowline knot.
Learn how to tie the Bowline Knot. For Navy League use. One of the handier knots in sailing, the bowline (shown above) forms an eye or loop in the end of a line. In sailing the bowline knot connects the JIB SHEETS (lines/ropes) to the JIB (foresail). Tie the Bowline Navy Leag ...more
Learn how to tie the Boy Scouts knot the bowline. The bowline knot is used to make a non-slip loop in the end of a rope. While it is used for climbing and rescues, a Figure-8 Loop Knot often is best in those situations. Remember to end the knot with the tag end of the rope ins ...more
Learn how to tie the Bowline on a Bight Knot for boating. This animated knot tying tutorial is the best you'll find. With this knot tying how to, you can tie the Bowline on a Bight Knot fast or slow, or pause it at every step along the way. Learn to tie knots for your next boa ...more
The bowline on the bight knot, demonstrated in this how-to video, is tied by doubling the line. Create a clockwise eye then thread the bight through the loop and bend the bight back over the loop. Work the knot by pulling the standing part. Watch this video knot-tying tutorial ...more
This knot is used to make a pair of fixed loops in the middle or at the end of a line. This is a strong knot and can be used in overboard rescue, as a towing bridle and in a pinch, even to make a boatswain's chair to be used to ascend the mast. Tie a bowline on a bite knot. Cl ...more
Knot tying is the one of the first steps in becoming a well rounded, successful Boy Scout. Who better to learn from than the Boy Scouts themselves? Follow along with this knot tying guide to learn how to tie several knots. Click on the right hand menu to learn the following kn ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to do useful survival knots. To make the sheet bend knot, you will join two different ropes together. First, make two loops, one on each end of the separate ropes. Next, take one of the ends and insert it into the other. After this, take the loos ...more
Andrew Price demonstrates several knots useful for bushcraft and wilderness survival. Learn how to tie the reef knot, clove hitch, half hitch, bowline knot, climber's knot, and how to lash knots together.
In this video, you'll learn to tie a knot that could save your life in the wilderness. You can tie this knot one-handed, especially useful if your other hand isn't free, and use it to pull yourself to safety in an emergency situation. You can find the complete directions for t ...more
The pegged slip knot or noose, demonstrated in this how-to video, is similar to the bowline but by placing the peg loosely on the standing part the knot can be adjusted. It's a great knot for releasing quickly. Watch this video knot-tying tutorial and learn how to tie a pegged ...more
How good of a scout were you? This how-to video goes over seven different knots that every boy scout should know how to tie. 7 knots every scout should know is filmed from the knot tying point of view. The bowline, clovehitch, sheetbend, tautline, timber hitch, square knot and ...more
This video shows you how to tie eight useful knots including the figure 8, rolling hitch, clove hitch, bowline, square knot and a few more.
Learn how to tie the Boy Scouts trucker's hitch knot. The Trucker's Hitch (Lorry Knot in the UK and parts of Canada) allows the scout (or sailor or whatever) to easily tighten a rope, yet easily untie the knot. Its most common use is for tying loads (thus the trucker moniker) ...more
Learn how to tie a Poldo Tackle - A clever arrangement using two interconnected bowlines to form a stable tackle.
Leanr how to tie a Bowline on the Bight - This is a means of tying a bowline in the certer portion of a rope. This knot can be used in sailing, boating, general use, camping and bondage.
Firefighters use ropes to secure unstable objects, rescue victims and carry tools. Learn how to tie bowline, Bachmann, figure eight and other basic knots in this free firefighting video series from a fire captain. Part 1 of 27 - How to Tie basic firefighting knots. Tie basic f ...more