Answer(s) to What was Apollo "Moon rope" made out of? Was it ever used? are not completely definitive at the moment, but a comment on an answer caught my eye:
Rope is such a multipurpose useful item that it makes sense to bring along even if there's no direct intended use--there's a reason every adventuring kit includes 30 ft of it.
That sounds so reasonable to me that "I suspect" most crewed missions were given enough rope to do at least something.
Question: Just how much rope have different crewed missions been given? Does the ISS (just for example, there of course have been many missions and stations) have a standard issue of rope on its manifest? Prefabricated cargo net type things probably should not count, "rope" should be ready to be used as such. Cords or cables made of other materials besides hemp are okay if they are rope-like in function; you could go get some from storage and tie something up or to something else with it in accordance with its intended function.
(Yes you could go get some rope memory and after a few weeks hyou might have unraveled enough to do something useful with, but that's not this.)