Using the Distel Hitch
The Distel itself is based on a Clove Hitch but the “top” part of the hitch includes additional turns that form the spiral of rope responsible for gripping the main rope. The Distel is designed for tension in only one direction, which makes it especially suitable for use in climbing, e.g., by arborists.
Tying the Distel Hitch
2) After fourth wrap bring wrapping tail down and make an additional wrap at bottom of other wraps in same direction while tying a half hitch by tucking tail under itself in the front of the knot.
3) Join eyes in front and clip together with a carabiner.