|Origin||Peter Collingwood in 1996|
|Related||strangle knot, double constrictor knot|
|Typical use||Best used for securing objects in cylindrical loads|
The boa knot is a modern, binding knot invented by weaver Peter Collingwood in 1996. His intention was to develop a knot that would hold well when the constricted object was cut close to the winds of the knot.
The boa knot is best used for securing objects in cylindrical loads.