Inline Single Column

This allows you to tie a single-column to something when one end is already anchored to something, and allow the line to continue on...  It is great for binding the wrists of someone that has different levels of flexibility in…

Somerville Bowline

This is my favorite forward-tension single-column tie.  It can be applied when the trailing end is already attached to something!  It requires no tail pulls. Pros:  Can be used to tie up something when the other end of the rope…

Neck Lead

This is a simple and rapid method of collaring your partner. Pros:  Rapid Cautions:  It is crucial that any rope in any area of the neck be a non-collapsing knot, incapable of cinching down. It is also important that it…

Prusik Single Column

This is a reverse-tension single column that only requires one tail pull! (Most require 2 or 3) Pros: Pretty cool. A rather unusual tie. Cons: Not particularly good for take-downs as it requires the limb be under good control and…

Bula Bula

This is the fastest multi-strand forward-tension single column cuff. Pros:  Speed Cons:  Under tension it can flip, which can make it less attractive or, if tight, can put extra pressure on the limb. If not properly planned for, this can…

Flogging Cuff

This single column is very fast to create and apply.  It is a simple modification of the Cat's Paw Single Column. It is not intended to be particularly secure; it is entirely escapable.  It is more intended to help your…

Cat’s Paw Single Column

This single column is very fast to create and apply. Properly applied it will not cinch down. You need to know how to make a Cat's Paw Knot first. Pros:  This knot is very fast and reasonably attractive Cons:  Improperly applied this…

One-Handed Slip Knot

This is a method to tie a slip knot onto a single column using only one hand. The awesome thing about this tie is--once you get good at it--it takes less than 5 seconds to apply. Mwa-ha-ha-ha-ha! WARNING:  This is…

Redmayne Catch

This is an adjustable anchor for single columns and rope shackles. It allows the tension on the bondage to be adjusted tighter by either top or bottom, but only the Top can loosen it !! OK, yeah, I named this…

Prusik Anchor

This is an adjustable anchor for rope single columns or shackles. Once you know how to make this, go learn how to convert it to the Redmayne Catch to see the real fun! Use of the Prusik to create an…