How to Tie BDSM Knots

Learning BDSM knots is a great way to get started with bondage and restraint play. However, it is important that both the top and bottom have safe words in place so that they can communicate if the scene is getting uncomfortable.

The Single Column Tie is a fast and simple knot that can be used to tie limbs together or to furniture for added security in a scene.

The Arbor Knot

This knot is used to secure fishing line to the spool of any type of reel. It’s easy to tie and will provide a lot of security for your line. It can be tied with monofilament, fluorocarbon, or braided fishing line and works for any spinning, bait casting, or fly reel.

The Arbor Knot is a variation of the uni knot, which usually uses five to six wraps. This version only requires one to two wraps, making it much faster to tie than the traditional variety. It can also be used to attach lines to other objects besides a fishing reel, such as a spindle or any cylindrical object that you need to affix your line to.

Besides being useful for fishing, the arbor knot is essential in survival situations. It can be used to acquire food even if you’re stranded in the wilderness without high-end fishing equipment. Combined with a shoelace and a sturdy branch, it can quickly become a basic and effective improvised fishing rod.

Knowing how to tie these BDSM knots can help you take your relationship with your partner to the next level. While they may seem complicated, they are actually fairly simple to learn as long as you take your time and use the correct technique. Once you’ve mastered these knots, you can experiment with other bondage techniques that will increase the pleasure of your sessions.

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The Reel Knot

This is a great knot for tying braided superline to an arbor on a reel. It is very quick and easy to tie, but can also be difficult to untie. To prevent this, always moisten your line with saliva or water before pulling tight. This will help reduce friction and protect your line from damage.

The Reel Knot is also a popular knot for bondage and can be tied around the wrists or ankles. It is important to make sure that the knots are not too tight, as this can cause serious nerve damage. It is also a good idea to have a pair of scissors nearby in case the ropes get too tight.

If you are new to tying, it is recommended that you start with shorter ropes. This will be easier to handle and will prevent frustration for both you and your partner. Also, it is a good idea to practice on a doll or something similar before trying to tie your partner.

It is important to remember that bondage should be first and foremost pleasure, not pain. Always ask your bottom if there are any parts of their body that they don’t want tied up or would prefer not to be touched. Also, always have a backup plan for getting out of the scene quickly in the event that it gets too uncomfortable.

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The Lark’s Head Knot

The Lark’s Head Knot (also known as the cow hitch knot) is a common starting knot in macrame projects. It is easy to make and is secure and strong. It can also be used to attach fasteners at the end of a project such as a tag or a wooden ring, and it is great for hanging a pendant on a cord necklace.

To start, fold the cord or rope in half down the middle so that you have two cord ends. Then place the loop made in front of your support (dowel, post or another cord/rope) and pull to tighten. You can then add another cord or rope to the lark’s head knot if needed.

The lark’s head knot is one of the most popular and easiest BDSM knots to learn, and it has many uses in your kink play. It’s great for tying a single column tie to a cuff or even just around your partner’s wrist. It’s also a good choice for suspending your partner in a sling or harness because it creates a secure hold that won’t slip or untie.

If you have trouble tying this knot, practice with a piece of yarn or soft string until you can get it right. Remember to use caution when tying this knot around the wrist of your partner as they can lose circulation in their hands and fingers if they are too tightly tied.

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The Half Hitch Knot

This ties around the bight of a standing cord in a counter-clockwise manner, making it more secure than a clove hitch. The Half Hitch Knot can also be combined with other knots, hitches, and bends to create a variety of shapes and patterns. BDSM enthusiasts love to learn how to tie these decorative knots to add an extra element of surprise and excitement to their sessions with their partners.

When tied properly, the Double Half Hitch looks very sexy and shibari like. It is quite flat, which is important for a BDSM knot, as bulky knots dig into the skin and cut off circulation. Whenever possible, it is a good idea to leave a finger or two between the rope and your bottom’s skin. This is especially important in areas of the body that are most sensitive to pressure. This includes the wrists, knees, and thighs.

To make a Half Hitch Knot, start with your working cord 1 (usually the left hand) and bring it up behind your partner’s bent leg. Then, pass the bight of working cord 2 over the top of the holding cord 1, and under the strands of working cord 1. Tighten the knot firmly. Repeat with working cords 3 – 6. Always check the knots to ensure that they are neat, tight, and rest next to each other without overlapping.

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