Rewoven bowline

The rewoven bowline (fig. 6-16) is another excellent knot for tying into a seat harness at the end of the rope. It can be used in place of the rewoven figure-8. If the rewoven portion of the bowline comes untied, you are still tied in with a single bowline.

Rewoven Bowline
Fig. 6-16. Rewoven bowline
Double Bowline

Fig. 6-19. Double sheet bend

The girth hitch (fig. 6-20), the overhand slip knot (fig. 6-21), and the clove hitch (fig. 6-22) are simple knots that can be used to tie off partially driven pitons or ice screws.

Fig. 6-18. Clove hitch

Fig. 6—21. Overhand slip knot

Fig. 6-17. Double bowline

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