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3 Rope Bondage Ties For Beginners

Rope Bondage Guide - ties

Rope bondage is art with professional skills and creativity. It’s made up of many different ties. Here are 3 easy ties for you to get started.

Square Knot

Suitable knot if you want to tie up loose ends. It applies less pressure to the skin so it’s for light duty only.

  1. Start with one rope in each hand.
  2. Double up the left-hand rope to make a loop.
  3. Thread the right-hand rope through the loop. Pull it down and through it, it should pass under the bottom half of the left-hand loop.
  4. Pull the right-hand rope and bring it up over the two ropes that come together at the base of the loo
  5. Take the end of the right-hand rope and put it under the top part of the loop.
  6. Pull all four ends tight with even tension.

Bowline Knot

It’s perfect for binding the wrists and ankles. It won’t tighten, so you needn’t worry about circulatory problems.

  1. Hold one end of the rope in your left hand and the other in your right hand. Make a small loop with the end of the rope in your left hand.
  2. Draw the end of the string in your right hand through the loop coming towards
  3. Bring the right end around the string form the back.
  4. Pull the right end back through the loop going away from you.
  5. Take the top loose string in your left hand and hold the other end in your right hand.
  6. Pull the ends in opposite directions to tighten the knot.

Twist Knot

Another beautiful knot to bind wrists and ankles.

  1. Hold the rope slack on your two hands, with the middle point at the bottom of the “U”.
  2. Twirl the rope, leaving two large loops at each hand.
  3. Stack both sides up.
  4. Slip your sub’s arm or leg through the two loops.
  5. Pull the loops tight within safe limits.

If you’ve decided to tie the knot, read this blog to choose a suitable rope and learn more safety tips – Rope Bondage Guide