So, if I already have a mat knot and a polygonal knot then do we need a mystic knot? Polygonal knots are such a distinct class (which conveniently intersects with the vast family of mystic knots) that I think it’s beneficial to show it in this context.
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The good luck knot (吉祥結), a name coined by Lydia Chen who wrote the seminal book Chinese Knotting in both Chinese and English, is based on the crown knot. Usually the crown knot is tied in sequence to create a sinnet, a braid composed of knots. The best static (not animated) instructions I have found on the net for the crown sinnets are by The Boondoggle Man who, unfortunately, calls them the square stitch and the circle stitch.Read more
Pictures Some wacky artisan (interior design firm??) from the Netherlands is taking spongy looking “cords” and knitting them, they also tie really big knots… just follow the link and look! 8) [via] http://baukeknottnerus.nl/Read more
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