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Breast Harness views A good breast harness is an important part of rope bondage. In addition to its esthetic values, it can be attached to an overhead support, and can keep your partner from falling if she should pass out.
Step 1: To make a breast harness, you will need two 30-foot lengths of 5/16-inch rope. Take one length of rope, double it, and run the end through the loop, centering it at your partner's back.
Step 2: Wrap the rope around the front of the body, from left to right, so it is pulling against the loop.
Step 3: Continue wrapping the rope around to the back, under the breasts.
Step 4: Pull the rope through the loop formed when you wrapped the rope, and begin wrapping in the opposite direction. When you come around to the back again, pass the rope through the loop, and reverse direction again. Continue until you have eight strands of rope.
Step 5: Pass the end of the rope through the loop, and secure it with a half hitch.
Step 6: Pull the ends of the rope taut.
Step 7: It should look like this.
Step 8: Form a figure-8 knot in the ends of the rope. To do this, first make a loop in the rope, like this.
Step 9: Then, instead of putting the ends of the rope through the loop, give the loop a half twist first, like this.
Step 10: Pull the knot tight, and you have a support point.
Step 11: Take the second piece of rope and double it. Pass the loop through one of the existing loops in the lower harness, then run the ends of the rope through the loop. Pull the rope tight to anchor it.
Step 12: Wrap the rope around the front of the body, over the breasts.
Step 14: Wrap in the reverse direction, then run the ends through the loop again and reverse direction again.
Step 15: When you have three double strands of wraps, secure the ends with a half hitch, like you did for the lower harness.
Step 16: Separate the two ends, and lead them over the shoulders.
Step 18: Run the rope ends under the upper set of wraps.
Step 19: Loop the rope ends around the upper wraps, so that the ends go in between the ropes from the shoulders.
Step 21: Run the rope ends under the lower wraps.
Step 22: Loop the rope ends around the lower wraps and pull taut, just as you did with the upper wraps.
Step 23: Take the rope ends, and feed them under the upper wraps from the bottom. Pull the ends down.
Step 24; Feed the ends under the lower wraps from the bottom. Pull on the ropes, pulling the upper and lower wraps together. This gently squeezes the breasts, supporting them and making them more sensitive.