Basic Single Column
It may look a little bit bulky, but this easy-to-tie knot will get your Shibari session started
Lark's Head Single Column Tie
Use a lark's head knot as a key component of your single column tie.
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
Inline Single Column Tie
Tie a single column tie whilst one end of the rope is already tied to something else
You can use this tie to tie a leash around your partner's neck. It is quick and safe to use
Bula Bula Single Column Tie
In case you wanted more... another way to tie a single column tie
Cat's Paw Single Column Tie
Also known as the flogging cuff. This tie is meant to be escapable and great for flogging play
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!
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
Prusik Head Single Column
The prusik head single column tie without tension becomes a sort of slip knot. However, when tension is applied, it will not move.
This single rope quick cuff is inspired by the Hojojutsu technique. Be careful when you use it because it can get tight.