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Prepper's Guide to Knots: The 100 Most Useful Tying Techniques for Surviving any Disaster Paperback – November 1, 2016
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About the Author
Scott co-authored The Prepper's Workbook, which quickly became a national best seller, with Scott B. Williams and followed it up with the narrative of his kayak adventure through the Virgin Islands with two friends in self built sea kayaks titled Why Do All the Locals Think We're Crazy?. In the summer of 2015 Scott continued on the topic of public safety with the release of his third book The Neighborhood Emergency Response Handbook. Most recently Scott released Prepper's Survival Medicine and Prepper's Guide to Knots.
He has a Bachelor's Degree in Management and Human Relations and two Associate's Degrees. He currently lives in Lenexa, Kansas until he can relocate somewhere under a palm tree.
Follow Scott at scottfinazzo.com.
Top customer reviews
Illustrations and directions are clear and very easy to follow. It will probably take practice to get each knot exactly right. The author suggests learning to tie in front of the television or while just relaxing. There are explanations of what ropes are made from and the care and cleaning for keeping a reliable and long life. Knots are catagorized into: Basic knots, Bends, Binding knots, Loops, and Coils.
“Knot craft is an ancient art.” My husband and I are excited about making a “knot board”. We will identify each knot by name and displayed what it looks like. We will display this in our home and hopefully our grandsons will enjoy it for many years. I say we need to bring back knot tying as a basic skill in our society!
You want knots? You get knots. Finazzo does not disappointed, giving the reader 100 to choose from.Some of the knots in the book the reader may have seen, but probably never knew the name. Whether a knot intermediate or someone looking to learn, Finazzo made this knot guide easy to follow, each step clear and concise, accompanied by a picture. The type of knots decribed in the book are separated by difficulty, starting with the more common knots and becoming more complicated as the book progresses. Even the more complicated ones are not hard to follow, as the book gives detailed steps on the process.
Most recent customer reviews
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