Introduction: Manrope Knot Lanyard

This looks similar to the crown and wall knot but it is not the same at all. It is traditionally used as a decorative end to a rope. The individual strands do not go through the end of the knot as in the crown and wall

Step 1:

Start with a tight knot. In the case of a length of rope tie a constrictor knot at this point

Step 2:

Tie a counter-clockwise wall knot. Each strand goes under the strand to its left.

Step 3:

Tie a crown knot. Each strand goes over the strand to its left

Step 4:

Take any strand, in this case A and note that it falls directly next to bight b of the wall knot. Bring end A next to b going under 2 crossing points

Step 5:

Do the same with the other three strands

Step 6:

Bring a hemostat (or lacing needle) up under a crossing point and grab the appropriate strand. Pull the strand under the crossing point.

Step 7:

Do the same with the remaining strands, All that remains is to tighten the knot and trim the ends