Knots booklet

Posted by Daniel Middleton on 30/10/2009
BMC technical advice booklets

The BMC Knots booklet is available as a free PDF download.

The booklet, originally published by the BMC Technical Committee in 1997, is now out of print.

An updated and expanded version is currently being worked on, to be published in 2010.

In the meantime, you can download the booklet as a PDF

Knots described are;

  • Figure of Eight
  • Overhand Knot
  • Bowline
  • Fisherman’s Knot
  • Double Fisherman’s Knot
  • Clove Hitch
  • Italian Hitch
  • Prusik
  • French Prusik
  • Klemheist
  • Tape Knot

 



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