Shibari Saturday – Storing Your Rope

By | November 2, 2013

I decided to do something a bit different this week.
I wanted to talk about how to store your rope when you are not using it and keep it in such a way that it is readily and easily available for when you want to use it.

I decided to make a video of two main ways to coil your rope for storage.

15 thoughts on “Shibari Saturday – Storing Your Rope

  1. christina mandara

    I’ve only ever used the first method – but I like the second! Aesthetic, compact and with quick release capabilities! You weren’t a sailor in a previous life, by any chance? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    1. southerns Post author

      I prefer the daisy chain method myself, you can even throw the rope in to be washed like that and it doesn’t come out all tangled.
      Don’t know as I was a sailor in a previous life but does it help that I’m a fisherman in this one ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    1. southerns Post author

      It is not as hard as it looks and with a little practice anyone can do it.
      Thanks I had fun making the video and a wonderful camera person to boot. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Mr Fox

    Southern Sir,

    Very nice job!

    I like what you have done and you presented it in a way that even I could comprehend…

    I hope there will be more rope lessons in the future.

    Best wishes,

    Mr Fox

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  3. Mynx

    Love the video Sir….hope this is a new trend for you! It’s nice to see a little bit of Southern Sir ;D, but I was surprised that there was no southern drawl!

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    1. southerns Post author

      I may well be doing more of these types of videos in the future. As for the southern drawl, well I may have to do a post on the origin of Southern Sir

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  4. Cheeky Minx

    I have to admit I was rather distracted by your presence and your voice to truly absorb any of that useful information! (Although, I’m naturally a dab hand at coiling rope and cord for some reason.) Bad minx…

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