Basic nodes

Basic nodes


1 When tying a flat knot, start by passing the right end of the rope over and under the left end.
2 Then, weave the left end under and over the right one, holding both ends firmly, as seen in the photo.
3 Ściągnij węzeł pociągając za oba końce w przeciwnych kierunkach. The knot can also be tied the other way around. Remember, to always postpone the wrong end the second time, from which it started.


1 This knot allows you to make a loop out of a rope, which will not go away, nor will it tighten. First you need to make a small loop on the rope, and then as in the saying: “A rabbit came out of the burrow, flew around the tree and returned to the burrow ".
2 Koniec liny (rabbit) we put the loop forming through the loop (burrow), then we follow the rope (a tree) over the knot and threaded back through the loop (burrow).
3 Ciągniemy za koniec liny i linę zaciskając węzeł. This knot is often used to tie a rope around the waist and belay, therefore it is worth learning to tie him.


1 This knot allows you to make a loop, that you can gird about something, for example a branch, as it allows two ropes to be joined together. Make one loop approx 60 cm, so that the end of the rope comes out of the bottom.
2 Wrap the loose end over the rope and loop, and then pass through the loop from below, so that the rope forms an eight.
3 Pociągnij linę z obu stron, to tighten the knot. This way you will get the simplest variation of the eight, which you can tie at the end of the rope.
4 Aby zrobić pętlę, Wrap the loose end of the rope around an object, then put it back in the eight.
5 Przeciągnij luźny koniec przez ósemkę i zawijając go przełóż z powrotem przez pierwszą pętelkę ósemki.
6 Zaciśnij węzeł ciągnąc z jednej strony za linę, and on the other for a loop. This knot is often used by climbers to tie a rope.