Fetish knots

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Rope bondage is made up of many different ties; but the first one anyone should learn is the single column tie. By writing this post, I figured out what my three favourite single column ties were, and why. Why columns? Your arms and wrists are columns. Your torso is a column. Your legs are columns. So is your neck but I highly discourage tying rope off around the neck, because generally speaking, people need to be able to breathe in order to go on living. Rope bondage, shibari, whatever you want to call it, is all about connecting these columns with rope; decorating, restraining, caressing, seducing… all of the above or whichever you prefer to focus on.

It is best for tying a single limb, or column; when tying two columns together, e. For a more secure way of doing this, you should use a two-column tie. Note: this method is based on shibari. You want to know more? What is important is that shibari and shibari based rope bondage incorporate a simple method of rope tying that is fast, efficient, aesthetically pleasing, and all around very cool.

Hence why I use it. So, the tie. Your bight is the middle of your rope; shibari and shibari based rope bondage use a doubled over rope. This is actually super efficient and quick, which will be demonstrated shortly. Most ties start with the bight. Following this and after making sure I have enough bight I take the bight beneath the wraps.

Fun fact, having a line or loop go beneath the wraps actually prevents it from tightening down, preventing loss of circulation, bruising, abrasion, and painful rope marks. Use your finger like a crochet hook, reach beneath the wraps, and pull your bight through. It can take a few tries to get this bit ingrained.

Just make a simple twist, with the free end of the rope dangling to the inside of the loop, as shown here. And finally, put the bight back through your loop, and using your working end, pull the loop shut. I mentioned earlier that there are several different ways to tie a single column tie. With that knot, the bight only goes through the loop once — not beneath the bands and through again. That knot has problems. I once heard that a rigger I know had tried to lift someone using the standard boola boola for a foot and ankle suspension.

The guy uses that knot all the time; but this time the knot collapsed. Come to think of it, I probably use all three about the same amount. The last time I put the bight through, just before tightening the loop down with my working end, I folded the bight in half, so that the end was sticking out the right.

Then I tightened the loop with my working end. Thanks very much for that Dave, an updated link is always useful. As a newbie, the different names for all the different techniques were hard to sort out; so I wanted to point out that those 2 are different in case anyone was like me wondering. Haha I know right? I know a girl who based her rope stuff from the crochet skills she learned from her grandmother….

It is inherently unsafe. The version of your knot with a single pass is stable when tightened properly; yours is more safe at the price of speed both tying and untying. That sounds about right. To this end I started testing their advice and tutorials using slippery synthetic cord. All variations of the single column tie that I was provided with failed this test. I am a qualified engineer, a knot enthusiast, and have been tying various things, including people, for ten years.

When I did find knots that worked they were unsightly or difficult to tie. In short, congratulations. Thanks so much for making me believe myself again! If my rope is a bit short, can I get away with skipping the doubling over part and just use a few extra wraps to make sure the knot is big enough to spread the pressure?

Studying the knot it looks like that should work. Wife is tolerant of the bondage but not very patient with experimentation. I highly recommend tying your ankle or leg a few times for practice, I do that all the time. This part is not so simple. Can you provide mnemonic to get it right? Twist counterclockwise? Twist away from the direction of the bight? It is certainly possible to twist the wrong way and end up with a bad knot and have to go back a couple of steps and rework. Embarrassing too. I think this tie will work nicely and I have been practicing on a water bottle.

I will try it out on my partner next weekend. The best tutorial I have seen, very well explained. Thank you for putting in the time to write it! I have 1 question: I notice that for your single column tie, you have the bight on the outer side wrists, as opposed to body , while in your tutorial for the two column tie, you have the bight on the inner side body, as opposed to wrists. Is this because it does not matter which side, or because you find that the demonstrated sides work best for their context? The only terrible thing here is your comment. It does not provide any constructive feedback.

I really hope you just got a bad day and that is not your general attitude in life, cause otherwise i do not envy the person that would agree to play with you…With or without rope involved. I just discovered your tutorials today and already I am deeply immersed! Question: would practicing on inanimate objects with a thinner cord like Parachord work to build muscle memory when approaching a person with an actual rope?

Or is best to work with a rope from the beginning? I absolutely have practiced the pattern of the ties with thinner cords on things — including stuffed toys! That was six years ago. I even wrote a book, deed to help everyone who comes here get past all the problems and difficult bits quickly, easily, and a lot more smoothly than I did. So I want to make it easier. For me, and for everyone else! This one tie will form the foundation for everything else you do. One single column tie, at your service.

The first rope bondage tie you should learn is called a single column tie. Limitations: It is best for tying a single limb, or column; when tying two columns together, e. This you can look at the picture below now is known as your bight.

Bight, not bite. That part comes later. At right angles over the two wraps Following this and after making sure I have enough bight I take the bight beneath the wraps. Make a loop Now, take your bight, and run it through the loop. Just put your end in the hole ahem. There we go. Now run your bight underneath the two wraps again.

Fetish knots

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