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Welcome to my shop - thanks for visiting. New products will be added regularly, so visit often!
Patrick Spiering on May 31, 2016
This video is packed full of instructions and serves as a nice companion to The Ashley Book of Knots. Seeing someone else tie in a video is often very helpful, and this DVD is no exception. Although I could already tie most of the knots presented, I did pick up some new things and tips on knots that I already knew. Highly recommended.
areu1also on Mar 15, 2016
Very informative and easy to follow
Phil The Rope - works of art in rope and cord.
My passion for decorative knot tying evolved from learning basic knots when I became a scuba diver many years ago. I bought numerous books on knot tying - one of them included a section on decorative stuff, and I was hooked! The book collection has grown significantly since.
One of those aforementioned books was entitled "The Knot Book" by Geoffrey Budworth, and there was reference to "The International Guild of Knot Tyers (IGKT)" - I joined the IGKT, and have never looked back. The IGKT, founded in 1982, includes experts in every field of knot tying, and is a fabulous source of information and inspiration.
Back to diving ... for a number of years, a group of us chartered the dive boat "McGregor" (a converted 60 foot trawler), skippered by Stuart Farman, every year for a week in August. Well, one year there were two "Phils" on board, so the crew had to distinguish between us. As I spent all my spare time tying knots, "Phil The Rope" was christened!
Known affectionately (?) as Phil The Rope because I'm always tying knots!
My name is Phil Cook, also known as "Phil The Rope". I like to think of myself as an artist, working mainly in rope and cord, although if a knot can be tied in it I'll try any material!
I produce all sorts of fun things, from key fobs to more intricate objects such as decorated clocks, bell ropes (or light pulls), lanyards and picture frames. I also make one off commissions - please ask!
A lifetime of training and teaching gives me the opportunity (and skills, hopefully) to hold workshops too. Check out http://www.gr8-knots.com/workshops.html
Please do visit my web site: http://www.gr8-knots.com/
Some items in the shop can be customised (colours for example), so please contact me if you would like something customising.
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