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Tucked Sheet Bend

How to tie a Tucked Sheet Bend. Also known as the ONE-WAY SHEET BEND, this knot can be useful when joining ropes that might be hauled over an object or edge. With this method of tying, the working ends point the same way as the rope being hauled and are thus less likely to snag on an obstruction.

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Tucked Sheet Bend Knot

Tying Tutorial

  1. Form a bight in the end of one rope. Pass the free end of the rope to be joined through the bight, around both parts of the first rope and back under itself. Do
    not tighten.
  2. Next, pass the working end back over the standing part and then through the loop
    formed by the first part of the Sheet Bend.
  3. Pull all ends tight.

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