Directional Figureeight

The directional figure-eight knot forms a single, fixed loop in the middle of the rope that lays back along the standing part of the rope (Figure 4-16). It is a middle rope knot. a. Tying the Knot.

STEP 1. Face the far side anchor so that when the knot is tied, it lays inward. STEP 2. Lay the rope from the far side anchor over the left palm. Make one wrap around the palm.

STEP 3. With the wrap thus formed, tie a figure-eight knot around the standing part that leads to the far side anchor. STEP 4. When dressing the knot down, the tail and the bight must be together.

Figure 4-16. Directional figure-eight.

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