"Archer's Knot": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXu3NgWHMvA
A really handy knot where the loop stays fixed /w tension on the standing end, and the working end can be cinched to shrink the loop.
Fun fact: this knot seems to be the complement of the Arbor Knot (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbor_knot), where standing end tension cinches the loop & the working end doesn't.
Also, handy rope terminology that really helped me out: https://www.ropebook.com/information/knots/terminology/
@vanillacherry I was really intimidated & confused when I first started. I didn't realize that it took time for my brain to learn to "think in knots". So don't be off-put if it's frustrating at first, if possible!
I started with this cute little book: https://www.amazon.com/Why-Knot-Ingenious-Beautiful-Lifesaving/dp/1419706764
I used this as a reference frequently, or just to look for something new to try: https://www.animatedknots.com (if you search for any knot from here on youtube you'll likely be able to find a variety of videos done differently that'll help it *click* for you).
When I see a knot used in practice & ask its name (or maybe it's on tv and they say it), I'll look it up and see if I can reproduce it. I don't find "tying knots for the heck of it" very interesting -- it's when it has a use in my life that it gets exciting!
Over time you'll start to build a "knot knack", where you begin to see all sorts of daily situations where rope + knots could be used to solve your problems.
@vanillacherry Try to keep on building your inventory of knots! The more you know, even if you still need to look it up each time for a while, the more you'll spot applicable situations for them!
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