|Print out this KNOT TYING worksheet and fun facts|
I always learned to tie a bowline with the "bunny around the tree" method. It seems to be a time honored system as now that is how my Adirondack kids have learned to tie this handy bowline knot. Enjoy!
"THE BUNNY COMES OUT OF THE HOLE ,
GOES AROUND THE TREE AND GOES INTO THE HOLE"
1) The bowline has been used for over 400 years. It forms a xed loop at the end of a rope.
2) USES: hanging something around a tree like a hammock, pulling something up,
lowering a package down
3) The short end (BUNNY) is called the working end while the long end (TREE) is called
the standing end.
4) This knot won’t come undone while under stress but is still easy to undo.
*WARNINGS: KNOTS ARE NEVER TO BE TIED AROUND PEOPLE OR ANIMALS AND ONLY USED
WITH PARENTAL SUPERVISION
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© Diane and Tyler Chase, Adirondack Outdoor Expeditions, LLC