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.
This amazingly useful tie was invented by Topologist in 2009 and quickly became one of the most widely-taught ties not of Japanese origin.
Pros: Can be used to tie up something when the other end of the rope is already tied to something. It can also be untied from either end.
Cons: It is a touch more bulky than some options, but that’s pretty minor…
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