How to tie a noose

How to tie a noose

How to tie a noose

Tie a loop in the end of the rope. Tuck a bight of the standing end through the loop. Make the bight larger and pass it around the object. Pull on the standing end to tighten the noose.If you're considering tying a noose because you're having suicidal thoughts and need immediate help coping, please call emergency services such as 911 or 999 or a suicide hotline:The noose knot is typically used to wrangle animals, set traps, or bundle materials together. It’s a fairly easy knot to tie, so it’s a great option if you need to tie something off fast.



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