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Here you will find how to tie different types of knot just click on the name of the knot

Anchor Bend  A good knot for tying an anchor to a rope. Backup Knot Add security to a primary knot.
Better Bow Knot A more secure shoelace knot. Blake’s Hitch Arborist ascending/descending knot.
Bowline Forms a secure loop. Bowline On A Bight Forms a loop in the middle of a line.
Buntline Hitch Tie items to the end of a rope. Butterfly Knot Form a secure loop in the middle of a rope.
Carrick Bend Join heavy ropes together. Cleat Hitch  Use to tie a rope to a cleat on a boat or dock.
Clove Hitch A simple knot to tie a rope to a post. Cow Hitch Tie a rope to a post or object.
Constrictor Knot Tie up bundles of items. Double Fisherman’s Join two ropes.
Figure Eight The strongest knot for a loop at the end of a rope. Girth Hitch Attach a strap loop to an object.
Half Hitch Basic overhand knot. Heaving Line Knot Adds weight to the end of a rope.
Honda Knot The lasso knot. Klemheist Knot Climber’s movable loop knot
Mooring Hitch Quick release knot. Munter Hitch Climbing belay knot.
Pile Hitch Attach a rope to an object. Prusik Knot Secures a movable loop to another line.
Rolling Bend Secure a line to a post. Rolling Hitch Secure a line to a post.
Running Bowline A slip knot. Sheep Shank Use to shorted a rope.
Sheet Bend Join ropes of unequal size. Slip Knot Another knot for a sliding loop.
Slipped Buntline A quick release knot. Stopper Knot A stopper knot for the end of a rope.
Square Knot Secure non critical items. Tautline Hitch An adjustable knot.
Timber Hitch Secure a rope around a post. Trucker’s Hitch Load securing knot.
Valdotain Tresse Arborist ascending/descending knot. Water Knot Best knot for webbing.
Yosemite Bowline A very secure loop knot.