The stopper knot is very handy in several situations. For instance you
could tie one in the end of the rope it stop it unexpectedly passing
through the belay/abseil device. Use it to backup your figure
eight follow through tie in knot. Two stopper knots are used to make
the double fishermans for joining
To tie a stopper knot in the end of the rope, follow
Step 1: Form a loop. Step 2: Form a second loop behind
the first one, as shown.
Step 3: Pass the end back through both loops.
Step 4: Pull tight.
Knots on the end of the rope. From RealKnots.com
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