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{{ABOK|#1665, p. 290}} {{Grog|The Timber Hitch is described by as much used for handling cargo "... for which it is very convenient, as it practically falls apart when pull ceases." It is also useful when towing a spar or log either afloat or on land. When used for this purpose, the Timber Hitch is often placed near the center of the spar and a separate half-hitch is dropped over the end of the spar to act as a guide.}}
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{{quote-source|The timber hitch is the knot to use for dragging a log across the ground. It is also the knot that starts a [[diagonal lashing]].|[[Boy Scout Handbook]] p. 138}}
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| names= Lumberman's Knot, Countryman's Knot
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| uses= To attach a rope to a piece of wood.
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{{quote-source|The [[timber hitch]] is the knot to use for dragging a log across the ground. It is also the knot that starts a [[diagonal lashing]].|[[Boy Scout Handbook]] p. 138}}
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{{quote-source|The Timber Hitch is described by as much used for handling cargo "... for which it is very convenient, as it practically falls apart when pull ceases." It is also useful when towing a spar or log either afloat or on land. When used for this purpose, the Timber Hitch is often placed near the center of the spar and a separate half-hitch is dropped over the end of the spar to act as a guide.|[http://www.animatedknots.com/ Grog]}}
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{{ABOK|#1665, p. 290}}
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* [[First Class]] #7b.
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#Pass the end of the rope around the log.
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{{quote-source|Here's how to tie a timber hitch:
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#Loop the end around the starting part of the rope, then wrap the end around itself three or more times.
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#Tighten the hitch against the log.
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Pass the end of the rope around the log. Loop the end around the starting part of the rope, then wrap the end around itself three or more times. Tighten the hitch against the log.|[[Boy Scout Handbook]] p. 138}}
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*[http://www.animatedknots.com/timber/index.php Grog's Animated Knots: Timber Hitch]
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The Timber hitch is one of the [[Forty Knots]].
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*[http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-a-timber-hitch-lumberman-s-or-countryman-s-knot-265474/ Wonder How To Video: Timber Hitch (Lumberman's Or Countryman's Knot]
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*[http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-the-timber-hitch-boy-scouts-knot-265366/ Wonder How To Video: Timber Hitch Boy Scout Knot]
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*[http://www.expertvillage.com/video/127082_tying-a-timber-hitch.htm Video: Timber Hitch]
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* [http://www.animatedknots.com/timber/index.php Grog's Animated Knots: Timber Hitch] - [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-a-timber-hitch-lumberman-s-or-countryman-s-knot-265474/ Wonder How To Video: Timber Hitch (Lumberman's Or Countryman's Knot] - [http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-tie-the-timber-hitch-boy-scouts-knot-265366/ Wonder How To Video: Timber Hitch Boy Scout Knot] - [http://www.expertvillage.com/video/127082_tying-a-timber-hitch.htm Video: Timber Hitch] - [http://www.expertvillage.com/video/131241_tying-timber-hitch-knots.htm Video: Tying a Timber Hitch]
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*[http://www.expertvillage.com/video/131241_tying-timber-hitch-knots.htm Video: Tying a Timber Hitch]
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*The Timber hitch is one of the [[Forty Knots]].
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Timber hitch
Image:Timber_hitch.gif
Names Timber hitch, Lumberman's Knot, Countryman's Knot
Typical use To attach a rope to a piece of wood.
Caveat
Releasing
Category Hitch knots
Group Basic knots
Related
Animation of tying a Timber hitch
Animation of tying a Timber hitch
The timber hitch is the knot to use for dragging a log across the ground. It is also the knot that starts a diagonal lashing.
Boy Scout Handbook p. 138


The Timber Hitch is described by as much used for handling cargo "... for which it is very convenient, as it practically falls apart when pull ceases." It is also useful when towing a spar or log either afloat or on land. When used for this purpose, the Timber Hitch is often placed near the center of the spar and a separate half-hitch is dropped over the end of the spar to act as a guide.
Grog


See The Ashley Book of Knots #1665, p. 290.


Required for


Instructions
  1. Pass the end of the rope around the log.
  2. Loop the end around the starting part of the rope, then wrap the end around itself three or more times.
  3. Tighten the hitch against the log.


Lesson Videos


Notes


See also
Knots by Use
Basic knots Overhand knot · Square knot · Granny knot · Two half-hitches · Taut-line hitch · Bowline · Sheet bend · Slip knot · Clove hitch · Timber hitch
Advanced knots Constrictor knot · Monkey's fist · Ocean plait · Trucker's hitch · Turk's head
Special knots Braiding · Carrick bend · Chain sinnet · Cow hitch · Double sheet bend · Sheep shank
Fishing knots Arbor backing knot · Barrel knot · Blood knot · Blood loop · Clinch knot · Fisherman's knot · Improved clinch knot · Nail knot · Needle knot · Palomar knot · Surgeon's loop · Turle knot
Sailing knots Bowline on a Bight · Cleat Hitch · Double Bowline · Figure Eight · Marline Hitch · Midshipman's Hitch · Rolling Hitch · Stevedores Knot
Climbing knots Alpine Butterfly knot · Double fisherman's knot (Grapevine) · Figure eight follow-through · Figure eight on a bight · Figure eight on bend · Figure eight knot · Prusik knot · Safety knot · Water knot
Forty knots


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