How to Macrame: Lark’s Head Knot

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This post is the third installment of a series called How to Macrame. The Lark’s Head Knot is often used for attaching cords to a  holding or starting line. This is a very easy macrame knot to learn.

Lark's Head Knot

How to Macrame: Lark's Head Knot Instructions

1. Fold the cord in half and place the loop under the horizontal holding line from top to bottom.

2. Reach under the loop and over the horizontal line and grasp the two loose strands, bringing them down through the loop.

3. Pull and tighten the knot.


This is the second knot featured in a series. the first knot to learn when you are just learning how to macrame is the square knot.

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