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A Turk's head knot, more commonly known as a Sailor's knot, is a decorative knot with a variable number of interwoven strands, forming a closed loop. The name is used to describe the general family of all such knots rather than one individual knot. While generally seen made around a cylinder, the knot can also be deformed into a flat, mat-like shape. Some variants can be arranged into a roughly spherical shape, akin to a monkey's fist knot.
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A larks head knot is also called a cow hitch knot. In jewelry making, a larks head knot is used to attach a cord or thread to something, especially in macrame. In some instances, the larks head knot may be featured as a key component in the design, such as a leather cord attached to a pendant on a necklace. There are several benefits to using Lark's head knot over other types of knots. When starting a thread, both threads will come from the same side which can make a project start out more evenly. Lark's head knots are secure and will not untie or slip
The turks head knot, also called the woggle is a major step forward in your work with knots and ties. It is a milestone much like the lanyard knot. The name comes from the look of the knot, which resembles a turban worn on the head by Turks. Although the road begins with the most basic turks head knot, which I will demonstrate, the knot has a lot of variations expansions to try out. The knot is primarily used to wrap things like handles, grips, as well as decorate various objects. You will find a wide variety of applications for the turks head, but to start, let’s get down to the basics.
A Lark’s head is one of the simplest sliding (collapsing loop) knots. It should not be used for bondage directly as it is a collapsing loop, but is very useful as the first step in the creation of many other kinds of ties, probably most commonly the Lark’s Head Single Column tie. Core.
The Larks Head Knot is an amazingly simple yet useful knot! . Grab the line to which the Lark's Head is attached, on either side of the knot. Often, the Lark's Head will loosen just a little, making it easier to unpick. Get a finger-nail in between the 2 strands of the Lark's Head, right where it is sitting on the other line. Work the 2 loops apart a little. This also can make the knot easier to unpick.
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