Anyone know how to tie an adjustable knot?

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Aug 4, 2011
  1. Jugarina
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    I have this rope that is all one piece, (in other words It doesn't have ends, It is just a circle of rope If I was to lay It down on the ground).

    I want to be able to tie a knot In It that can be adjusted, (pulled up and down to make tight or loose kinda like how an adjustable leather necklace would be knotted I guess).

    I don't know If I have to make two knots or one to accomplish this, If anyone knows knot names or instructions/tutorials on how to make a knot like this I would appreciate It.

    Thanks.
     
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    ...are you planning on hanging yourself or something? By the way, making an adjustable knot is like, 10 times easier on a single rope rather than a "circle".

    In any case... Is that what you need?
     
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    It is a single rope but does not have ends and no I'm not planning on hanging myself or anyone else.

    Is there a adjustable knot that doesn't require cutting the rope?
     
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    pretty easy huh?
     
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    That's sorta what I was looking for but making adjustments always leaves one side longer then the other when I pull It up to tighten because you can only pull one side or the other to bring the knot up but not both which leaves two loops.
     

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