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Fiador knot

Fiador knot
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NamesFiador knot, Ole fiador knot, Theodore knot, Hackamore diamond knot
CategoryLoop
RelatedBottle sling, Diamond knot
Typical userope halters, hackamores, and hobbles
ABoK#1110, #2569

The fiador knot (also Theodore knot) is a decorative, symmetrical knot used in equine applications to create items such as rope halters, hobbles, and components of the fiador on some hackamore designs. As traditionally described, it is a four strand diamond knot in which six of the eight ends loop back into the knot, thus allowing it to be tied with a single line.[1] While a specific knot is discussed in this article, the fiador knot has also been treated as an entire class of multi-strand knots similarly made with a single line.[2][3]

  1. ^ Ashley, Clifford W. (1944), The Ashley Book of Knots, New York: Doubleday, pp. 43 & 201
  2. ^ Schaake, A.G.; Turner, J.C.; Sedgwick, D.A. (1990), Braiding - Regular Fiador Knots, A Series of Books on Braiding, 2/1, Hamilton, NZ: University of Waikato, ISBN 0-908830-02-5
  3. ^ Hall, Tom (July 1996). "Fiador Knots". Knotting Matters. London: International Guild of Knot Tyers (53): 13–24. ISSN 0959-2881.