Bosun’s Whistle Lanyard Knot How to Tie It

Bosuns Whistle Lanyard Knot

Bosuns Whistle Lanyard KnotBosun’s Call Lanyard Knot

In this tutorial you will learn how to tie a rather simple, decorative and beautifully symetrical knot in using two strands of a line. This can be done as a single and also a double, which you will see in the video.

The Bosun’s Call or the Bosun’s Pipe

In the main title of this blog post, I have called it the Bosun’s Whistle Lanyard Knot. However, there are many a Bosun’s out there that will correct you on calling the actual instrument a whistle. It is more often referred to as a Bosun’s Call or a Bosun’s Pipe. I have included the word whistle, as many people will not recognise call or pipe, but they will now!

Here is a quick video to show you how to tie the How to tie the Bosun’s Whistle Knot; Sailors Knife Lanyard; Single Strand Diamond; Two Strand Diamond; Knotting; This knot seems to have a lot of names even in Ashley’s. OK whatever you want to call it, just click on the video below

Bosun’s Whistle Lanyard Knot Video

What is a Bosun’s Call or Pipe Used For?

The bosun’s call or pip is used to give commands, pass information or sounded as part of a saluting ceremony when I high ranking officer comes on-board a ship. There are various different tunes or warbles that sailors understand without the need of verbal information.

Decorative Knot Book Recommendation

I would personally recommend the book by Des Pawson from the list of books below. If you a looking to create decorative knots and turn them into some form of useful project, then this is an excellent book to get.

Ashley Book of Knot (ABoK) This really is the bible of all knots, consisting of over 600 pages and over 3000 diagrams Rating:
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Knot Craft and Rope Mats: 60 Ropework Projects Including 20 Mat Designs by Des Pawson Rating:
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The Marlinspike Sailor by Harvey Garret Smith If you are starting to build a collection of knotting books, then this is a great one to have in your library. Rating:
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A Practical Guide to Tying Knots by Geoffrey Budworth This book contains 75 bends, hitches, knots, bindings, loops, mats, plaits, rings and slings. Rating:
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