This is as simple as it gets. That said, it doesn't hurt to go over the basics so you feel comfortable learning knots of increasing difficulty. Start to get comfortable with the ropes and explore.
Overhand on a Bite
Start with the basics
This knot is the building block for most ties ranging from the easiest to the most complex
Pay attention when tying this knot. It looks simple, but it's easy to end up with a grandma's knot if tied incorrectly.
Prusik Head Knot
This knot will tighten under tension and remain loose when not
One-handed Slip Knot
Impress your friends by tying a one-handed slip-knot in less than 5 seconds!
Prusik Head Inline Knot
Attach two ropes with ease
Cross Hitch Friction
Keep the ropes in place using friction
Two Half Hitches
Attach the end of the rope to an object, basically used as an anchor.
Double Coin Knot
Join two ropes in an elegant way
Inline Double Coin Knot
A beautiful knot. Great for decorative ties
Try out this simple and elegant way to tie two ropes together.