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How-To: Types of Sheet Bend Knots

A sheet bend knot is useful for joining two separate ropes, even those that may be different sizes. While a single sheet bend isn’t particularly secure, you can tie a double sheet bend to help strengthen the knot. Both are easy to untie and are good alternatives to the square knot.

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