Friendship knot loop
|Friendship knot loop|
|Names||Friendship knot loop, Chinese crown knot loop, Slipped friendship knot loop, Sliding Chinese crown knot loop|
The slipped version where the last move is done with a bight of the end, rather than with the end itself, is one that can be tightened flat, slid, locked (like a belt buckle), and then untied quickly (like when nature calls) with an exploding pop. If not tightened flat, this Slipped friendship knot loop collapses into a cube and will neither slide nor pop.
Like tying a friendship knot, except that it is tied to the ropes own end, coming back from forming the loop.
- http://legacy.earlham.edu/~peters/writing/explode.htm Six Exploding Knots by Peter Suber.
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