Tomi Aksila
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Harukirythim's karada tutorial

It's fairly easy, just remember there are almost no knots, it's all looping the rope around itself.

Before tying up your partner/sub/bottom, be sure you’ve done your research on safety and bondage. Communicate with your partner and ask how their limbs are feeling. If they’re going numb then you’re cutting off circulation. You should be able to fit a finger between the rope and the skin. If you can’t then it’s too tight.ties like the dragonfly sleeve, do not yank at the arms and pull them back. Be gentle and do it gradually so you don’t strain the arms or the joints.

You should be able to fit a finger between the rope and the skin. If you can’t then it’s too tight.ties like the dragonfly sleeve, do not yank at the arms and pull them back. Be gentle and do it gradually so you don’t strain the arms or the joints.

The Tulip Knot - This knot is from the loose fit range of tie knots. It is one of the most striking looking knots that you can tie and will always attract attention. It’s tied a little bit like the Eldredge, but with the loose bits to give that extra space. in your face and flashy, so where it somewhere where it will fit in. Elton John’s Oscars party perhaps

The Tulip Knot - This knot is from the loose fit range of tie knots. It is one of the most striking looking knots that you can tie and will always attract attention. It’s tied a little bit like the Eldredge, but with the loose bits to give that extra spac

Ladder Shibari Rope Tutorial

Not a fan of how they tie this futomomo, but I love the idea of having that first single column on the top of the foot rather than the ankle.