In scouting, "Ropecraft" refers to the use of rope (and often poles) to build structures and make objects such as camp furniture, and more generally to the knot-tying skills used in numerous aspects of scouting activities.
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- Pioneering Projects Drawings of scout projects, most involving ropecraft. Features bridges, catapults, towers, gateways, camp tools, books, links.
- Ropes and Poles Scouting blog focusing on pioneering projects that use poles and rope. Presents campsite structures, rafts, towers, experimental projects.
- Scouting Resources: Pioneering Pioneering projects, most involving ropecraft. Includes ladders, nets, shelters, kitchen and campfire gadgets.
- Grog's Scouting Knots Index Knots used for scouting. Includes animations of knots tied in several orientations, knot uses, knot limitations.
- Scouting Resources UK Scouting knots. Features alphabetical index, downloadable guides, book reviews.
- 42nd Brighton: Get Knotted Scouting knots. Includes animations, tying tips, common uses.
- The Eight Basic Boy Scout Knots Troop 127's knot tutorial. Presents pictorials of eight knots.
- Fun With Ropes and Spars Scan of book by John Thurman. Featured detailed explanations of various rope projects.
- Scout Skills Simple Knots Information sheet by the Scout Association. Introduces types of ropes, the parts of a rope and various common knots.