Step One: Forming the knot
Create a loop with the working end on top. The working end of the rope refers to the end that you’re actually using to tie the knot. Everything leading up to the tip of the rope is the standing end. To start the noose knot, wrap the working end over the standing end to form a 4–6 in (10–15 cm) loop.
This will work with rope, twine, string, or fishing line. The process is the same regardless of the material you’re using.
Step Two: Tying the Knot
lide the standing part down to form the bight. Continue pulling the standing part down through the loop to create your bight, which is knot’s opening. This bight is what you’ll wrap around whatever object you’re tying off with the noose. As you pull it through, the two loops will get smaller as they tighten.
The further you pull the bight away from the knot, the bigger it will be once you finish tightening it.
Slide the tightened loops down to make the bight smaller if you’d like. Like the slip knot, the noose knot will tighten as you pull on the bight. Before you tighten the knot all the way, you can make the bight smaller by gently sliding the loops you’ve tightened.
Step Three: Finishing Touches
Tug the bight and working end away from one another to finish. To tighten the knot all the way, hold the bight in one hand and the tip of the working end that’s sticking out from the knot in the other hand. Pull both portions away from one another to completely tighten the knot. Once the knot is secure, you’re done!
You can undo the knot just by loosening up the main knot that’s holding the bight together.
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