The Endless Falls knot is a decorative sennit that resembles a knitted braid pattern on the front-side. It can be used to make a variety of strap-like projects such as keychains, lanyards, bag straps, plant hangers and jewelry.
The front resembles a knitted pattern whereas the back-side resembles a ladder strap pattern once you turn it around.
How to tie an Endless Falls Knot step-by-Step
- Tie a strand of Color #1 cord onto the mounted object (dowel) with a Lark's Head knot. Before tightening the knot, weave a strand of Color #2 cord through the Lark's Head knot horizontally.
- Criss cross the Color #2 cord-ends into a loop underneath the middle 2 vertical cords.
- Take the middle 2 cords under and through the back, pulling the cord ends through the middle section of the same 2 cords right above.
- Pull on the working cords to tighten.
When repeated, the pattern will look like this:
When you turn the pattern over to the backside, it will look like this:
Macrame Endless Falls Knot Video Tutorial
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