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· ~Pouch Maker~
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Constrictor Knot (from Wikipedia)

  1. Make a turn around the object and bring the working end back over the standing part.
  2. Continue around behind the object.
  3. Pass the working end over the standing part and then under the riding turn and standing part, forming an overhand knot under a riding turn.
  4. Be sure the ends emerge between the two turns as shown. Pull firmly on the ends to tighten.
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How to Tie a Constrictor Knot in the Hand

· Registered
453 Posts
This knot, in combination with a thin cotton string, is now my favourite way for pouch attachement. I like it more than the method with the thin latex stripes - it`s simply faster with a bit of routine.

· Over 9001 Warning Points!
1,953 Posts
i looked at so many videos and tutorials for this,i could never figure it out till i saw this one
hope it helps somebody.
finally, someone that ties it the way i do. one second, done. you can tie it on a bumping boat, in the dark, behind your back, anytime.

here's my version with scenery.


· Tex-shooter
4,275 Posts
Yep! -- Tex
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