How to Tie a Multiple Overhand Sliding/Scaffold Knot with Paracord





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Uploaded on Aug 20, 2010

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This video tutorial shows how to tie a multiple overhand sliding knot, also known as a scaffold knot, barrel knot, strangle knot, and probably goes by a few other names depending on the source one is learning from. Examples I've used it for are taking one strand from a monkey's fist or turks head knot and attaching it to a pocket knife, flashlight, key chain, multitool, etc... *Note that the standing end of the loop needs to be secure to an object, or has knot work that prevents it from being pulled back through the knot when pulling on the loop end.

*Although this sliding knot looks similar to a hangman's noose, it is not. Knot responsibly.


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