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Span loop

Span loop
Category Loop
Related Butterfly loop, Farmer's loop, Artillery loop
Releasing Non-jamming
ABoK #1049

A span loop is a non-jamming loop that can be tied away from the ends of the rope.

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The span loop is known for being extremely easy to untie. The beginning of tying this knot begins with tying a Half Sheepshank, which is also known as a Bell Ringer's Knot. In order to tie this, a one handed twist method is recommended for making a bowline. One bight or loop will poke up through the half-hitch, and it will perfectly match the end of the rope that is also poking up through the signature half-hitch part of a bowline as it is done with the one hand twist method. The next thing to do is to push the bottom loop back up and through the top loop. [1]

References

  1. ^ "Span Loop". Notable Knot Index. Retrieved 12 January 2013. 

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