We coil a rope when we tie a rope on itself so that it cannot unwind. The raw earth slip that covers the ropes freezes the knots when drying. The cotton fiber gives softness and suppleness while the raw earth gives rigidity. The ropes are hung 1.20 m from the ground, as if they could be grabbed. The diameter of the rope and the knot let the visitor choose the field of use of the rope (marine, mountaineering, shibari…).