Tennessee Knot

1. Make one short limb (the post) and one long limb(the loop).

2. Throw the loop limb around the post.

3. Throw the loop strand around the loop.

4. A second pass around only the post is followed by the end of the loop limb being brought up through the parallel limbs between the first and second loops.

5 & 6. The knot is tensioned and pushed into the joint with the knot pusher on the post.

7 & 8. The knot is secured with several half hitches in alternae directions.


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