Macrame Knots: Half Hitch

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This is an example of a double half hitch knot

The Half Hitch Knot is a single wrap of one strand around another strand.  Bring the end of the cord between the working and the anchor strands.

1. Wrap macrame cord around a knitting needle.

2. Cross the short end under the longer length of the cord.

3. Bring the short end of macrame cord over and down through the hole between where the cord crosses and the needle.

4. Push the knot to the needle and pull macrame cord to tighten!

This macrame knot is easy but you will find yourself using quite frequently, so definitely one that you want to take the time to learn to do it evenly.

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