Tucking the bowline brings the standing end sand working end together resulting in a more secure knot.
The knot as presented is for decorative, small load bearing purposes only.
The loop is ideal for lanyard, zipper pull or key ring fob.
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Make an overhand bight with the working end (WE).
Bring WE up through the bight forming the loop for your lanyard/pull.
Bring WE under the standing end,
And down through the bight. This completes the basic bowline.
Bring WE under the loop (under one strand).
Bring WE over one strand.
And up through the bight exiting to the right of the standing end.
If desired you could bring the WE to the left of the standing end. I prefer the looks of the WE on the right.
Grab the two ends in one hand and the loop in other hand and pull in opposite directions. Tighten kmnot