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    • Standard Knots Eagle Scouts ‘07
    • Objectives
      • Learn how to tie and what are the functions of the following knots.
        • Thumb knot
        • Figure-of-8 knot
        • Reef Knot
        • Sheet Bend
        • Sheepshank
        • Clove Hitch
        • Marlinspike
        • Timber Hitch
        • Round turn 2 half hitch
    • Caring For Rope
      • A good rope is expensive and should not be handled carelessly.
      • Keep it clean and free of mud or grease. If it is damp, do not coil or store it until it is thoroughly dried out.
      • Always keep it in a dry place. It should never be thrown into a corner to tangle and kink.
      • When a job is finished, the rope should be placed where it will be available instantly, if necessary, and should be coiled so that it will pay out smoothly when needed.
    • Thumb Knot
      • A stopper knot for THICK ropes
    • Figure-Of-8 Knot
      • A stopper knot for THIN ropes
    • Reef Knot
      • To tie together 2 ropes of the SAME THICKNESS .
    • Sheet Bend
      • To tie together 2 ropes of the DIFFERENT THICKNESS .
    • Sheepshank
      • To shortened a rope which is fastened at both ends.
    • Clove Hitch
      • To tie a rope to a pole
        • Start a lashing
    • Marlinspike
      • To make a ladder
      • Also used to make a loop in the guideline when building flagpole.
    • Timber Hitch
      • To tie a rope to a log and drag it.
    • Round Turn 2 Half Hitch
      • To tie a rope to a tree trunk when you want to prevent something from escaping on the other end of the rope.
    • The End