Strong Heel Tie Weave

This tie is great for suspensions. It is a sort of boot that gives the foot enough support so as to give you the ability to use the tie to hold some of your partner's weight.
Heel Tie Weaving Style

Frog Tie

Basically a double column tie tied around your partner's thigh and ankle. You will need two ropes for this tie, one for each leg.
Frog Tie Shibari

H-shaped Futomomo

We begin with a frog tie and get a little creative after that. Simple and aesthetically pleasing, this futomomo (upper leg tie) is a blast to tie. The complexity lies mostly in that it is basically a decorative tie. It's functional components are minimum.
H-Shaped Futomomo Shibari

Spiral Futomomo

It follows the flow of the ropes seamlessly so it's very easy to remember how to tie. This is great if you want to use it in a private session without having to go check out the video to remember how it goes.
Spiral futomomo Shibari


In the “Fishnet” lesson, we use our regular hemp rope to make the suspenders and black laces to make the fishnets. You are welcome to use laces to tie the suspenders as well. This will make the overall tie thin enough so you can wear a skirt over it and head out towards to outside world.
Shibari Fishnets

Loop-Chain stockings

The loop-chain stockings should sound familiar. You will use the same weave as the loop-chain chest harness in the Shibari- INTERMEDIATE lesson.
Shibari loop chain stockings

Ebi (shrimp) Tie

This is actually a combination of chest ties and double column ties. It starts out with a gote shibari chest harness and a double column tie around the ankles. Check out our lesson to see how they come together!
Ebi Shrimp Tie Shibari