Monkey fist knots may look complicated, but our simple instructions make them easy to create. The steps here show you how HGTV Magazine editors made small decorative knots to add to the bottom of a rope-wrapped chandelier. Our DIY pros also used this technique to create a nautical-style lamp base. Find the full step-by-step instructions for that project here. Use straight pins to hold the rope in place temporarily as you work.
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Throw your mates a line with a thoughtful nautical rope decoration known as the "Monkey's Paw" or "Monkey's Fist" knot, used as a weight on a heaving line tossed overboard during docking or rescue operations. Toggle navigation Search. Add to Wish List Email a friend. Questions about this item? Ask here. Item Number:
The main purpose of the knot is to serve as a weight at the end of a rope. It can be thrown simply that way. It is very easy to conceal and use it as a weapon to slow down your attacker. It originated as a heaving line knot on sailing ships of yesteryear.
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