The Knotting Dictionary of Kännet
   
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Knots:
Reefknot
Fisherman's Knot
Water Knot
Sheetbend
Lark's head
Round Turn
Timber Hitch
Fisherman's loop
Bowline
Prussick
Clove Hitch
Sheepshank
Jug Sling Hitch
Whipping
Round hitch
Slippery round hitch
Pile Hitch
Two Half Hitches
Buntline Hitch
Monkey's fist
Diamond knot
Simple Simon Over
Double Simon
Simple Simon Under
Vice Versa


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Lark's head

Lark's head
Very easy to do, it can be done even if both ends are tied. Both ends should have the same load, otherwise it will not be reliable. Use it when you want to tie a tarpaulin, where the holes exist.
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Bahasa Malaysia:
Chinese:
Czech: Lisci smycka
Danish: Lærkehoved, Slyngstik
Dutch: Leeuwerikskop or koeiesteek or katteklauw
English: Lark's head
Estonian: Lehmasõlm
Finnish: leivonpää
French: tête d'alouette
German: Ankerstich
Hebrew:
Hungarian:
Italian: bocca di lupo
Japanese:
Norwegian:
Polish: Głowa skowronka
Portuguese: Boca de Lobo
Slovene: sidrni vozel
Spanish: Cabetza de alondra, presilla de alondra
Swedish: lärkhuvud
Swiss german: Anker
Turkish:

If you know the name of this knot in another language, please send me a mail and tell me which language, what knot and the name of the knot in that language.

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The Ashley Book of Knots
The Marlinspike Sailor
Knot Tying: Advanced Knotting (CDROM)

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