Knot tying

spineyogurt spineyogurt
Hey all, me again. I was wondering if anyone knew of a good guide that goes over bondage knots, I've found tons of knot guides but they seems to focus more on boating and and climbing. This can be useful too of course but specifically focuses tips would be good.
02/07/2012
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Amelia Stone Amelia Stone
Here's a link I found... it's not much but maybe a okay start. Knot work

Collar n Cuffs
02/07/2012
null null
You should head over to Two Knotty Boys and watch the how to videos. They're very informative in that they go slow and actually show you knots in use.
If you start looking into shibari, you'll find that they use very few knots, in fact its mostly just overhand knots. So if you have a tough time with intricate knots, you can still do some pretty and functional bondage through simple shibari.
One knot I think everyone should know is the mooring hitch. It's an easy way to tie off cuffs to a bedpost and although it can be undone by the person tying quickly, the bound person tugging won't undo the knot, just make it a little tighter.
02/08/2012
Elnoa Elnoa
I also recommend the "Two Knotty Boys" and "Two Knotty Boys Showing You the Ropes". Get the first one before you get the second one. On a related note, the authors have a youtube channel, Tying It All Together: link
02/08/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
Quote:
Originally posted by null
You should head over to Two Knotty Boys and watch the how to videos. They're very informative in that they go slow and actually show you knots in use.
If you start looking into shibari, you'll find that they use very few knots, in fact its ... More
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That one's pretty much all decorative stuff but it might look good on a harness or something. =3
The celtic heart one is pretty.
Some of them might even be nice to make a collar or leash out of.
02/08/2012
TheSinDoll TheSinDoll
I also recommend the book or youtube videos by the "Two Knotty Boys". Also, get out in your local kink community and see who else is interested in rope. I'd bet money that there are plenty of people to practice on or with that you can learn from and learn by just with practice.

Practice makes perfect.
02/08/2012
spineyogurt spineyogurt
Thanks guys
02/09/2012
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