The slip knot is handy because, as it's name suggests, you can slide it up
to adjust the size of the loop. You might use it to sling a horn
("chicken head") of rock for example. Follow these steps to tie
a slip knot using a sling:
Step 1: Form a loop in the sling. Step 2: Feed a second
loop through the first. Step 3: Work the knot tight and upwards as
required until its snug against the thing you are tying off.
Chicken Heads - From a Geocities personal web site.
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