In my travels I purchase things that intrigue me, and make me want to know, “How’d they do that”? This particular belt is one such object. It looks quite elaborate, but the basic knotting pattern is easy to do.
In the detail photo, you can see two main “cords”, and two smaller “cords”. These “cords” consist of three smaller cords, which is why this belt looks so complex.
To demonstrate, the black cord represent the main “cord”, and the green and orange cord represent the smaller “cords”. I have pinned these to a padded board, which I find makes this process easier to do.
Step 1. Cross the two black cords, right over left, as shown.
Step 2. Pull the orange cord over the black cord and to the right.
Step 3. Pull the green cord over the orange cord, and place it off to the left.
Step 4. Bring the orange…
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