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A carrick bend (also known as a Sailor's Knot, Sailor's Hitch, Josephine Knot, Sailor's Bend, or Anchor Bend) is a simple, jam-proof knot that is most commonly used Using Two Ropes. The following set of instructions are for attaching two ropes together. Again, start by making a loop with the first rope. to Tie a Carrick Bend.
The Carrick bend is a powerful knot to join two heavy ropes, hawsers or cables that are tough to bend. It's no jamming nature makes it a favorite to hold up massive loads, even under wet or oily conditions. The curvy symmetric form of the knot makes it appealing for decorative purposes too like making mats, wall hangings,
The carrick bend is a knot used for joining two lines. It is particularly appropriate for very heavy rope or cable that is too large and stiff to easily be formed into other common bends. It will not jam even after carrying a significant load or being soaked with water. As with many other members of the basket weave knot family, the
Pass the other rope (red) under the blue loop and then over and then under as shown. Thread the tail (red) across the loop passing under itself. Then pull both standing ends to tighten the knot.
Carrick Bend Knot Tying Instructions. Form a basic loop with the larger size rope (white rope in illustration) and lay loop on top of and across working end of second rope. Remember the sequence: over, under, over, under, over and pass working end of second rope around first loop and itself following the sequence.
The Carrick bend mat, thump mat or the more popular Carrick mat owes its name to the Carrick bend due to its resemblance with the latter. When tied with paracord or thick ropes, the decorative knot serves the purpose of a hot pad or a table mat aesthetically. With the ends connected together, it takes the form of an endless

Carrick Bend Mat Tying. Form a loop and then lay the rope across it. Pass the end of the rope across the loop using an alternating over and under sequence. Follow the same path around again still using the over and under sequence.
21 Apr 2015
These directions describe the flat method of making a Turk's Head knot that uses the carrick bend on- the-bight knot as a starting point. Start by making two three-stranded carrick bends, and then use one of them to make a Turk's head knot. This particular pattern is called a three lead, four bight—or 3L4B—Turk's head knot.