Interwoven Overhand Knots - ABOK 806

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Introduction: Interwoven Overhand Knots - ABOK 806

Ashley calls this knot a "very symmetrical flat lanyard knot"

Decorative loop knot suitable for lanyard, zipper pull, key ring fob, etc.

Step 1: First Overhand Knot

Take one end of cord and bring it under, over and down through the bight.

Step 2: Begin the Second Overhand Knot

The other end is now the Working End (WE).

Take the WE and bring it under two, over one.

Step 3:

Pull WE down to set size of loop of your project.

Step 4:

Bring WE from right to left going under, over, under, over, under.

Step 5:

Pull WE until small bight is formed on lower left.

Step 6:

Bring WE over and (from right to left) go over one, under three and up through the bight.

Step 7:

Pull WE to form upper right bight. This completes the second overhand knot.

Step 8: Begin to Tighten

Pull on left side of loop to take slack out of lower right bight.

Step 9:

Pull on right side of loop to take slack out of lower left bight.

Step 10:

Pull on right hand end.

Step 11:

Pull on left hand end.

Step 12:

Repeat steps 8-11 until knot is tightened. A little slack still remains in lower left bight.

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