Inspired by Lydia chen's book about "The complete book of chinese knotting" my interest in making a set of colourful panchang knot key chains has originated.By having different colours of threads for the knots the different rooms can be identified, additionally a colour can also indicate the direction of the room, example-green for east and so on
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Step 1: Rainbow Contest
Material required;............ various colour satin cord, coir board, pins, tweezers, beads, key ring split ring
satin cord is woven as in the figure 3, 4 & 5 (Warp & weft)
Remove the pins and tighten the cords as in fig 5a to achive the panchang knot as in fig 6
attach the beads to the ends - fig 7
repeat all the steps with various colour cords
Participated in the
Rainbow Contest 2016