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To make a Chinese sliding knot, start with the two ends of a string together so the rope makes a ā€œUā€ shape. Curl one end around the other end so they overlap by about 4 inches. Then, create 2 more bends in the outside end. Next, pinch the bottom 3 strands together and loop the top strand underneath the other 3 so it points upward.

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A Chinese knot is a knot that is tied and woven from a single length of cord or rope to be a variety of shapes and of varying complexity. Each shape has its own symbolic meaning, and nowadays you can find them as decoration, gifts for special occasions, and adornments on clothes.

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This is a classic Chinese button knot serves either as an attractive fastening or a decorative accessory. Read more at http://wonderfulinnovations.com/knots/...

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The Chinese Endless Knot means health, safety and security, and good luck in life and career. People like to make this knot as a phone pendant, a bracelet knot, a tibetan malas knot, and as a bead bracelet knot. Many mala bead bracelets and 108 bead malas are finished with this decorative and beautiful knot. Chinese Endless Knot

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Learn how to make a single sliding knot as an adjustable closure for handmade knotted bracelets using leather or cord with this free jewelry making video tutorial. Sliding knots are great for ...

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Knot tying video tutorial. Learn how to tie a decorative Chinese button knot. Step by step instructions in this simple DIY guide. This is knot #599-600 in The Ashley Book of Knots.

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Chinese knots are normally tied using a single red cord about three feet in length and are fashioned into a symmetrical body that is tightly bound, three-dimensional, and complete on both sides. Cords traditionally were made of cotton, flax, silk, and leather, in addition to gold and silver. Knotting guides today typically present more than a ...

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Apr 1, 2016 - Explore mihd8411's board "Chinese Knot Tutorials", followed by 246 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Knots, Macrame knots and Jewelry knots.