Knot Tutorials

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Disclaimer: There is inherent risk in setting up and using a hammock. Use this information at your own risk.


How to Hang your All-in-One Hammock


Girth Hitch Hammock Hang Knot


Easy Hammock

This is a simplified, temporary version of the knot we use on our production hammocks. It’s meant for temporary hammocks – to get you out of a pinch.

Don’t use a bed sheet for long periods. The fabric is not strong enough to last heavy use. Ripstop is the preferred hammock fabric.

If you can tie your shoes, you can make a hammock following this video. (Do it twice, once on each side of the sheet).


Easy Hammock – Using Webbing


Water knot for hammock loop


Hammock Hanging Knot

This is a good way to hang a hammock if you don’t have webbing. Make sure you use rock climbing rope.


Double Bowline

The Double Bowline has the same strength as a figure eight knot but it’s easier to untie after it’s been loaded.


Double Bowline Variation (Follow-Through)

This one is a bit safer because of the follow through at the end.


Backup Knot for the Bowline


Slip Bowline


Inline Figure 8


Clove Hitch


Quick Clove Hitch


Clove Hitch on a Carabiner – Slow Way


Clove Hitch Knot on a Carabiner – the quick way


Girth Hitch


Double Fisherman’s Knot


Double Fisherman’s Bend


Double Fisherman’s Loop