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Rope ~ craft, type & knots for SoSS

Learn more about rope and knots…During the week Dom-Signs mentioned that RopeCraft were shadow-banned and asked if anybody could include them in their SoSS post. I jumped at the chance as only the previous day I had a conversation with Eye and Cousin Pons regarding ropes and wanted to investigate further.

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Rope has fascinated me for a long time. My man does tie me up but not in any way that looks ascetically pleasing. The knots he creates aren’t beautiful to look at – they are just tied to serve the purpose of securing me to a place, or in a position he wants – usually so he can whip and fuck me in some way.


The Japanese style of bondage ropes really does interest me. Kinbaku means tight binding.

Kinbaku is a Japanese style of bondage or BDSM. It involves tying up using simple yet visually intricate patterns, usually with several pieces of thin rope

Sharing Rope

RopeCraft – who, as i mentioned,  are shadow-banned – have a conference coming up in March, being held in Chicago and San Antonio. They will be covering Japanese and Western Rope techniques – among other rope-things. Check out their website for more information.

If you are in the UK, like me, that is a long way to go. But I found that Steamy Bedtime are currently publishing an article a week about how to tie particular knots. Take look at their latest post. My man and I have decided to get some more rope and follow their weekly photo project.

If you are wondering what rope to use – Malflic looks at the difference between hemp and synthetic rope. Have a read of this very entertaining article from his archives – Hemp Vs MFP

By taking a look at the links, passing them on or tweeting this post – (buttons in the footer of this page) – you are helping to share our work in the wider community. That is one of the important reasons why we participate in Share our Shit Saturday. Go spread the word.

Thats all folks 😉

5 thoughts on “Rope ~ craft, type & knots for SoSS”

  1. I’ve been wanting to find more info about knots and rope work. Thanks for this and I am glad I finally got to your blog again and am commenting I’ve been meaning to for awhile. Don’t be surprised if you pop up on one of my next SoSS posts. This week I will share yours on Twitter in place of an actual post which will come soon.

  2. I’m useless at tying knots, even in ordinary situations. I just keep looping and knotting, looping and knotting…
    but it gets the job done.

  3. As you know, May, I’ve recently taken up and embroidery? You have given me some new ideas for that silk floss.

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