Rope Bondage Basics: How To Tie A Single Rope Cuff With Ring

Throughout National Kink Month , we’re having weekly sales on Stockroom.com: this week we’re featuring some of our favorite rope bondage gear and how-to books, as well as select anal toys for both men and women. All month long we’ll be showcasing tricks, tips and lessons for using the fetish toys and BDSM gear on sale that week.

Interested in rope bondage and don’t know where to start? From simple knots to elaborate shibari, rope tying may seem like a daunting art reserved for professionals. Don’t get lost at sea, follow these simple techniques and you’ll be tying knots like a sailor in no time (instead of just cussing like one).

Here’s an easy rope bondage tutorial that lets you attach a person’s wrist or ankle to a bed post, the arm of a chair, or any other piece of furniture your heart desires:

Step 1:
Fold your rope in half, take the U-shaped end (called the ‘bight’) and wrap it twice around your partner’s wrist or ankle leaving room to slip two fingers underneath.
Step 2:
After the second wrap, cross the bight over the top of the wraps then pull it back through the underside.
Step 3:
Leave enough of the bight to tie a square knot with the remaining rope.
Step 4:
The final result looks like this.
Step 5:
The remaining rope and bight can now be used to secure your partner’s wrist or ankle to something such as a bedpost or chair leg.

Check out more rope bondage basics tutorials: How To Tie A Double Rope Cuff with Ring.

Ready to get started? We’re featuring bondage rope and instructional rope bondage books on our National Kink Month Sale through the rest of the week!

Instructions and images from KinkLab Bondage Rope product booklet, © 2011 The Stockroom, Inc.

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