Basic Single Column

It may look a little bit bulky, but this easy-to-tie knot will get your Shibari session started
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Basic Single Column Tie Shibari

Somerville Bowline Single Column Tie

Commonly used in chest harnesses, this tie is great as a safety measure because it can be untied from both ends
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Somerville Bowline Single Column Tie Shibari

Inline Single Column Tie

Tie a single column tie whilst one end of the rope is already tied to something else
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Inline Single Column Tie Shibari

Cat's Paw Single Column Tie

Also known as the flogging cuff. This tie is meant to be escapable and great for flogging play
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Cat's Paw Single Column Tie

Adjustable Tension Single Column tie

A practical use for the Prusik knot. This tie is really neat if you want to adjust the tension of a single column. Lets say you want your partner to have more freeway at the start of the session but less at the middle or end. It would be a pain to have to untie everything you've done in order to adjust the tension of the single or double column ties. Worry not, the answer is here!
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Adjustable tension single column tie Shibari

Chain Stitch Single Column Tie

Get your flogging play ready in seconds. The chain stitch is a must-learn technique and can be applied in scenarios other than this tie
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Chain Stitch Single Column Tie Shibari