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The Friendship Knot is used to hold the necker together, as an optional replacement to the woggle.  
 
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[http://baggy.me.uk/knots/friend.htm Nice frame-by-frame instructions available here.]
 
[http://baggy.me.uk/knots/friend.htm Nice frame-by-frame instructions available here.]
 
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[https://boyslife.org/hobbies-projects/funstuff/164689/the-friendship-knot-how-to-secure-your-neckerchief-without-a-slide/ The Friendship Knot: How to Secure Your Neckerchief Without a Slide (Boy's Life)]
  
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[[Outdoor Skills - Knots | More knots...]]
 
[[Outdoor Skills - Knots | More knots...]]
  

Latest revision as of 11:25, 16 July 2019

E286 friendship knot.jpg
Scouter-manual-2016-p191.png

The Friendship Knot is used to hold the necker together, as an optional replacement to the woggle.

Check out the Scouting Life, October 2011 article on the Friendship Knot

A (UK) Scout's eye view on tying the Friendship Knot:


Nice frame-by-frame instructions available here.
The Friendship Knot: How to Secure Your Neckerchief Without a Slide (Boy's Life)
More knots...