Simply use the end of a separate rope instead of using one end of the same rope, which is the example provided here.
Back splice rope loop.
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How do you back splice a three strand rope?
Knots can significantly decrease a ropes strength while, in most cases, splicing maintains 100% of the specified rope strength.
How to back splice a rope there are a lot of ways to finish the end of a rope, to keep it from fraying.
Take one strand and feed it through both strands of another strand next to it at the standing part side, and bring this strand over all three strands and under the other two on the working end side.
Hollow braid eye splice with end threaded up rope center.
The back splice starts with a crown knot to redirect the strands back towards the standing end.
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Determine how big you want the eye of your splice.
Unirope fabricates these splices according to the strict european standard en 13411, using original specification sleeves and dies as specified in that standard.
Lay each rope strand over the one next to it with the end overlapping.
A back end splice is especially useful for preventing a rope that has become unraveled from fraying.
First pry, then, pull core completely out of cover from point x to the taped rope end.
Finishing the back splice neatly is not essential.
Bring the fasted part of your separated end strand back to the main body of the rope where you want your splice tied.
About three complete “tucks” are sufficient as no load is applied to a back splice.
Start your end splice with one strand from the crown knot.
The whipping is easier to hide when i connect lengths of rope, which could be helpful for the elegance you're going for, but can be a bit finicky to do since the threads are so small and the last knots go in the middle of the rope where the fibers can get in the way while you're doing it.