WEAVERS OF ETERNITY
Hey Weavers, in this video we will be learning some serious bull hitch! But seriously, in this video we will go over the cow's hitch / lark's head knot, slingstone hitch, and bull hitch. All of which have practical uses, but also are great for paracord bracelet making. All of these knots can be used to attach a rope to an object as they are hitch knots.
COW HITCH: The cow hitch, also called the lark's head, is a hitch knot used to attach a rope to an object. The cow hitch comprises a pair of half-hitches tied in opposing directions, as compared to the clove hitch in which the half-hitches are tied in the same direction. It has several variations and is known under a variety of names. It can be tied either with the end of the rope or with a bight.
BULL HITCH: Also known as the Piwich knot, the Bull Hitch has perhaps its best utility as a ring hitch on the bight. It starts out with the Cow Hitch that most people know how to tie automatically, but provides a more stable and wiggle-resistant attachment.
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