Corset Tie

This is a minor variation on the tie commonly called the "Corset Tie"

Model: CherriesJubalie


Standard Safety disclaimer: Bondage is fun but it can also be dangerous. Ropes that are too tight or in the wrong place can cut off blood flow or cause nerve damage. It is your responsibility to ensure that you play safely. Whatever you do, have fun doing it!

Step 1 - Start with a bight in the center of the rope.


Step 2 - Make a larks head around the chest just under the breasts.  Start with the lark's head wherever you want the knots to rest. This typically is front and center or on the back along the spine.


Step 3 - Wrap the rope around the chest in the opposite direction from the bight and pass the running end through the resulting secondary that was created in the process.


Step 4 - Reverse direction with the running end and go back around the chest.


Step 5 - Repeat the same pattern back and forth feeding the running end through the bight created by the previous step until there is no more rope.  Typically, the bights are kept in a vertical line for aesthetic reasons so take care to try to keep each individual reversal of direction below the previous bight.  A common variation is to stagger the bights in a diagonal pattern for decorative purposes as shown below.  If a longer corset is desired, add rope by creating stopper knots at the end of the first piece of rope and capture the stopper knots with a lark's head.


Step 6 - Continue the back and forth wraps as if you have a continuous piece of rope.


Step 7 - When you have taken the corset down as far as desired, feed one of the two running ends through the bottom bight.


Step 8 - Take the other running end that did not go through the bight and start a square knot.


Step 9 - The finished square knot at the end of the corset.


Step 10 - Enjoy.


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