How to Make a Lark's Head Knot

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How to Make a Lark's Head Knot. Use the lark's head knot in macramé or wherever you need a loose, temporary knot.

Things You'll Need

  • Cording
  • Posts
  • Wooden Thin Wood Dowels
  • Ropes
  • Support Cords
  • Twine
  • Metal Rings

Reverse Lark's Head Knot

  • Fold the cord or rope in half.

  • Place the loop made at the halfway point behind your support (dowel or post or another rope or cord).

  • Take the loop over and in front of the support.

  • Place the two cord ends through the loop from front to back and pull to tighten.

Lark's Head Knot

  • Fold the cord or rope in half.

  • Place the loop made at the halfway point in front of your support (dowel or post or another rope or cord).

  • Take the loop behind and under the support.

  • Place the two cord ends through the top of the loop and pull to tighten.

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