Knot Identification

Discussion in 'Knots, Knots, Knots' started by nikkibean85, Jun 16, 2014.

  1. nikkibean85

    nikkibean85 New Member

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    My mother-in-law has asked me to make her a bracelet but I can't identify the knot that was used. Could you please take a look at this picture and help me figure out what its called so I can find a video tutorial for how to do it.

    Thank you!

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  2. JTB_Cord

    JTB_Cord New Member

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    Looks like the "twisted swirl, good gosh my fingers hurt knot"!!! LOL!
    I'm not up on knot/weave name but that's a cool one! Search YouTube for pictures like it is my best guess.


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  3. dcfish

    dcfish New Member

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    Looks like a single genoese<--? Take a look on fusionknots.com and you should be able to find it
     
  4. dcfish

    dcfish New Member

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    No problem, were you able to find the knot you were looking for
     
  5. paracord_junkie

    paracord_junkie New Member

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    Hey I was messing with some cored last night and made this and was wondering if any of you knew what this was
     

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  6. steven60

    steven60 New Member

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    Tire tread I think


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  7. paracord_junkie

    paracord_junkie New Member

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    I already figured it out its a Stitched solomon from jd lenzen
     
  8. ParacordMasterYousef

    ParacordMasterYousef New Member

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    Paracord_junkie it looks like a paracord doughnut it real


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  9. paracord_junkie

    paracord_junkie New Member

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    It is a paracord doughnut.