Overhand Knot

Use at least 2 strands to make this knot. Form a loop with the ends (Figure 1). Thread the tail behind and back through the loop. As you tighten the knot, use your finger or a crochet hook to slide it into position (Figure 2).

Overhand Knot

The overhand knot is the basic knot for tying off thread:  Make a loop with the stringing material.  Pass the cord that lies behind the loop over the front cord then through the loop and pull snug.

See Knotting

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