How to Tie the Sheet Bend One Way
The Sheet Bend One Way is also known as the Tucked Sheet Bend. This way of tying the Sheet Bend is a little more secure than just tying the normal Sheet Bend. The other great thing about the Sheet Bend One Way, is the fact that the working end is neatly tucked away once the knot has been tied. #LetsGetKnotting
Having the working end tucked away, makes the Sheet Bend One Way an extremely useful knot, whereby there is less chance of the knot snagging when dragged over objects. Another great feature of the Sheet Bend One Way is that once tied the knot is a low profile. This would make the Sheet Bend One way a rather useful knot for pulling a rope or cable through a small diameter pipe.
Tucked Sheet Bend or Sheet Bend One Way Video Tutorial
In this video tutorial, I demonstrate how to tie the Tucked Sheet Bend. There is no chat, just a demonstration on how to tie the knot. The video is then repeated, so that the viewer can watch how to tie the Sheet Bend One Way in slow motion.
What is the Sheet Bend One Way Used For?
The Sheet Bend One Way or also known as the Tucked Sheet Bend, is often used for joining two dissimilar sized ropes together. The Sheet Bend One Way is also considered to be more secure than the ordinary Sheet Bend. As the working end on the Sheet Bend One Way is also tucked away, it makes it a useful knot to use if the rope need to be dragged over or through objects, as there is less chance of it snagging.
You may also be interested in How to Simple Simon Bend, which is also another easy way of joining two ropes together.