to tie a
SHEET BEND KNOT
Bend is the preferred knot for joining two ropes
together because the Sheet Bend doesn’t slip
under load yet comes apart easily even when wet.
Ropes and the
knots associated with rope, can be dangerous. If
improperly handled, or tied, ropes can kill and
you could be the victim! Always use rope with
care and inspect and test any knots you
tie. Respect ropes subject to a heavy load,
especially your own climbing rope. The danger
associated with ropes under load is often
learned by painful experience.
STEPS TO TIE A SHEET BEND
Collect the two ropes you want
Form a bight with one rope
Pass the second rope through
the eye of the bight
Pass the working end of the
second rope around bight
Thread the working end of the
second rope under itself
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