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Lark's Loop and Double Lark's Loop

 Lark's Loop
Double Lark's Loop

An easy-to-remember end loop that can be tied around or through an object.  It appears more secure than a bowline in slippery rope.  It's easier to tie than re-threading a figure-8 loop as required for an end loop and won't jam up like a figure-8 loop sometimes can. 

As with most knots, this must be drawn up snug before using.

Note that loop's working part makes what appears to be a tighter turn after entering the knot compared to some other loop knots, which may affect the breaking strength of the loop, but I haven't tested this yet.

***This loop is under evaluation*** 

(Let me know if you've seen it before)





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