Pioneering-objects are the utensils which can be made with wood and rope. The required knots and lashings are explained in the relevant chapters. However, you should keep a few guidelines in mind.
Cylindrical timber is not suitable for vertical use. (lashings will loose friction and fall down.)
When tapered wood is used vertically, you need to place the thick end on the bottom. (Lashings wil tighten themselves)
Natural fiber ropes get thicker when the are made wet. This wil temporarily bring tension in a lashing. When the rope dries the lashing will loose all tension.