Continuous ring hitching
|Names||Ringbolt hitching, Continuous ring hitching, Single ringbolt hitching, Kackling, Keckling|
|Typical use||To prevent damage from the ring|
Continuous ring hitching, also known as single ringbolt hitching, is a series of identical hitches made around a ring. This is considered the simplest form of ringbolt hitching.
Alternate ring hitching, also known as kackling or keckling, is a type of ringbolt hitching formed with a series of alternate left and right hitches made around a ring.
- Clifford W. Ashley, The Ashley Book of Knots (New York: Doubleday, 1944), 569.
- Pope Dudley, Ramage and the Dido (Great Britain: William Collins & Son, 1989), 226. ISBN 9780755108275.