Pretzel KnotOverhand KnotSilly KnotSimple Knot
This basic knot is the foundation for many other complex knots.
Figure 8 LoopAnchor HitchDropper LoopAlpine Butterfly Loop
Alpine Butterfly Loop
The loop in this knot is great for securing a carabiner when you're rock climbing!
Bowline KnotPerfection LoopGnat HitchEye Splice
A simple yet efficient knot that's easy to tie and untie. It's one downside is that it can slip or come a bit loose when it's not attached to a load.
Davy KnotSlip KnotSurgeon's LoopRapala Knot
When you pull on the tail, the knot comes undone! Simple as that. It's great for when you need ropes that can hold weigh, but can also quickly be untied.
Carrick BendEnd KnotSquare KnotSheet Bend
The square knot, or reef knot, is a great way to tie rope around an object, such as a bundle of objects, a belt, or furled sails.
Double Fisherman'sBlood KnotHunter's BendAlbright Knot
A blood knot is a great way to join two lines together, such as when your fishing line breaks.
Double Overhands KnotAshley Stopper KnotNorth Star Knot
Ashley Stopper Knot
Stopper knots are great if you need resistance at the end of the rope while pulling it through an opening.
Sheet BendHunter's BendZeppelin BendAshley Bend
The Sheet Bend knot is a great way to join two ropes that are different sizes.
Do You Know Enough Knots To Be A Boy Scout?
Tsk tsk tsk. You'd be booted out of Sailing Club for sure. Brush up on your knots then try again!
You didn't do ~too~ shabby, but you can always do better. I mean, why knot, right? Feel free to try again!
Congrats on doing so well on this quiz! Hopefully you didn't cheat, because that would be knotty. Heh.