Here we start by having our subject place their
hands in back.
With the now familiar doubled length of rope,
measure enough of the looped end to wrap around the
wrists two or three times. The reason we do this
with the bight end is so that we don't have to run
the entire long end around the wrists -- pretty
obvious, but in the heat of play you forget these
kinds of things.
Leave a little extra ...
... wrap the looped end behind all the strands.
This is so that when pulled, the rope won't noose up
on the wrists under pressure and cut off circulation
in the wrists.
Tie off with a simple square knot, leaving a tad bit
of loop to possibly be used later.
Next, take the loose end around the front, over the
breasts. Keep tension on this line with the right
hand as well. Why will become apparent in a moment
...because the next step is to run your line behind
that spot and support the wrists.
Pull up a bit to get things centered.
And wrap around the front, on top of the breasts
again. Line up your rope strands for that clean
Catch the center section going the other way.
Then go once under the breasts. This is how it
should look from the front.
... and the back.
Just wrap to balance this out before the next steps
And now under one arm and towards the front ...
... and under the bottom strands.
Another good way to do this is to bring the top
strands down a bit on the arms and cinch both top
and bottom together, but we're just going to do the
bottom ones in this tutorial.