The clove hitch knot is not a particularly good knot for binding, but can be quite useful as a crossing knot, or a knot at the intersection of topes where both ends of the active rope are loaded. The clove hitch works best in situations where the knot needs a little bit of give and is adjustable. Watch this video survival training tutorial and learn how to tie a clove hitch knot.
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