Think you can tie knots? Or do you tie lots and just call them knots? Test your knot IQ with this quiz! You would use the alpine butterfly knot to: Rig up a swing safely. Tie on to my harness for climbing. Create an anchor along a line. Huh? Alpine what...?. Which of these is the worst method for joining two lines? . . . . Which of these is not a knot? . . . The clove hitch is great for: Creating an anchor at a fixed height on a cylinder. Quickly and securely lifting objects with a line. Tying off to scaffolding to repel. Which of these loops is the recommended anchor for rock climbing? . . . . Which of these does not use an overhand knot? . . . . The reef knot is often unknowingly mis-tied as the: Granny knot. Shoe lace knot. Square knot. "The rabbit comes out of his hole" is a story to help remember tying which knot: The Larks Head. The Bowline. The Sheet Bend. A great way to store rope is: Daisy chained. Barrel knot. Flaked. Coiled. When someone tells you to tie a knot on a bite they mean: Tie it in the middle of the rope. Use my teeth to assist in tying the knot. Double the rope over before tying the knot.