Prepare the Materials: No.72 Dark blue cord 4 meters No.72 Pink cord 2 meters Others:Scissor, Measuring tapes ,lighter
Starting with the outer-right cord, tie a backward knot make a ninety degree angle with the tying cord over the top of the cord you are tying it to. Note: Make the same knot twice on the adjacent cord
Loop it under and back through the opening. Pull up and to the left to tighten (remember to make two knots on each cord).
Once you have knotted the outer right cord to the one next to it, do the same to the next cord closer to the middle.
Continue knotting towards the left, until the outermost cord has carried over to the middle. This is one half of the chevron pattern.
Now pick up the outermost cord on the left side (show here in dark blue) and make a forward knot by creating a 4-shape over the 2nd cord.
Then loop it under and back through the opening. Don’t forget to knot twice over each cord!
Once you have knotted the outer left cord to the one next to it, do the same to the next cord closer to the middle.
Continue knotting towards the right until the outermost cord reaches the middle. Tie a forward knot with the two middle strands to connect the two halves. The first chevron row is complete!
Continue this pattern until reach your desired length.
Finish it with an overhand knot.
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