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How to tie an Alpine Butterfly Loop - twist method. The finger-wrapping method is easier, though. See AnimatedKnots.com. Fantastic knot, btw. Very strong and very easy to untie.

How to tie an Alpine Butterfly Loop - twist method. The finger-wrapping method is easier, though. See AnimatedKnots.com. Fantastic knot, btw. Very strong and very easy to untie.

The lark's head knot is typically the initial knot used to begin a piece, in which the cord is looped over a dowel and then bent over. England sources different ropes from a handful of different U.S.-based suppliers, but her favorite type of rope is 100% cotton solid braid rope because of its “soft texture.”

The lark's head knot is typically the initial knot used to begin a piece, in which the cord is looped over a dowel and then bent over. England sources different ropes from a handful of different U.S.-based suppliers, but her favorite type of rope is 100% cotton solid braid rope because of its “soft texture.”

Among high quality knots, the butterfly loop is perhaps the easiest to remember how to tie correctly. Start by simply making two twists in the same direction to form the two loops. Then wrap the outer loop around the standing part and pull it through the hole of the inner loop.

Among high quality knots, the butterfly loop is perhaps the easiest to remember how to tie correctly. Start by simply making two twists in the same direction to form the two loops. Then wrap the outer loop around the standing part and pull it through the hole of the inner loop.

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