How to Tie the Double Fisherman’s Bend
The Double Fisherman’s Knot seems to come with a number of different names. In Geoffrey Budworth’s Book it is called the Fisherman’s Knot and it also depicts the Double Fisherman’s Knot. In Art of Knotting and Splicing, by Day; United States Naval Institute, the Single Version is named as the Fisherman’s Knot, the Waterman’s Knot, the Water Knot or the Lover’s Knot. Then the Doubled version of this knot and also what is demonstrated in the video, it is known as the Grapevine Knot.
The Fisherman’s Knot has a good quality of being a very secure knot. It is often used as a tie off knot if you want to add additional security to a knot. In the video of the Carrick Bend Loop Knot, you will see at the end how the Fisherman’s Knot is used as a tie off.
The Fisherman’s Knot is a great knot for joining two pieces of cord or rope of the same size. This is a very strong knot, but the downside is that it can be difficult to undo.
Another great application of the Fisherman’s Knot is that when used in two lines of a lanyard, it allows the wearer to adjust the length of the lanyard. The tighter the Fisherman’s knot becomes, the more it grips the line onto which it is tied.
How to Tie the Double Fisherman’s Knot Video
In this short video, you will see how this is tied as a bend, and how easy it is to adjust the lines.
The Fisherman’s Knot also known as the Englishman’s Knot, True-Lovers Knot, Waterman’s Knot and Water Knot. Art of Also according to Knotting and Splicing, by Day; United States Naval Institute, this is also known as the Grapevine Knot. #LetsGetKnotting
Fisherman’s Knot as Safety Tie Off
A good example of the using the this knot is when it is used as Fisherman’s Knot as a Safety Tie Off. It can be used to make for example a Figure of Eight bend even more secure.
How to Tie the Double Fisherman’s Knot Video Tutorial
In this video you will only learn how to tie the Fisherman’s Knot, short and sweet and straight to the point.