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How-To: Tying a Mid-Line Clove Hitch

A mid-line clove hitch is a useful knot to have in any rope-tying toolkit for attaching objects to a line for a variety of purposes. They are simple to tie and can be created a few different ways in just a few seconds each. And, when you’re done, they untie on their own. Learn more about the mid-line clove hitch in our latest video.

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