Knots have been around for thousands of years, used for hundreds of vital specialist tasks on land and sea. Anyone can learn to tie them, for professional use, for sport and leisure, or just for fun - and with a little practice they will soon acquire an impressive repertoire.
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Geoffrey Budworth has been closely associated with the art, craft, science and philosophy of tying knots for more than fifty years. He is a prolific writer and an influential name on the knotting scene. Twenty-five years ago he promoted the systematic evaluation of knotted clues preserved at scenes of crime, and the subsequent presentation of such evidence in the courts, which has resulted in him being called 'the Father of Forensic knotting'. In 1982 he co-founded the International Guild of Knot Tyers and is a past President of the Guild as well as a frequent contributor to its quarterly magazine Knotting Matters.
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