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In the tutorial I do not mention the wall knot. The wall knot is formed when the knot knot turned over and a crown knot is tied. - "a wall knot is a crown knot turned up-side down".

Step 1:

Middle two cords and seize them together

Step 2:

Tie a crown knot to the right.

Step 3:

Take any cord (blue in this case) and bring it over, under.

Step 4:

Take the next clockwise cord (red) and go over, under.

Step 5:

Next clockwise cord over, under.

Step 6:

and the last cord the same.

Step 7:

Neaten the knot.

Step 8:

Turn loop end down and tie crown knot to the left.

Step 9:

Each end will lie next to a cord coming from the seized loops. Take any cord (blue in this case) and parallel to the left of its neighbor go under one.

Step 10:

across the top going under one.

Step 11:

and back towards the loops going under one.

Step 12:

Repeat the process for the remaining ends.

Step 13:

Bring a hemostat up through the center of the knot (left hand image)

Pull the cord through the knot (right hand image)

Step 14:

Repeat for the remaining cords.

Step 15:

Upper photo - remove the seizing and trace the cord coming from the inside of the two loops. Pull on this so that only one loop is showing. Now tighten the knot.

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Lower photo - In the example on the lower right I made two over unders in steps three - six for all ends.

In the upper left I eliminated the over under, turned the knot and tied the second crown.

The ends can be fringed or cut close to the knot .

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