How to Tie a Macrame Square Knot


STEP 1
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STEP 2
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STEP 3
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COMPLETED SQUARE KNOT
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Macrame Terms

Working Cords: All cords used in the design or section of the design–both those doing the actual tying and those around which the knots are tied.

Tying Cords: Cords with which the knots are tied. Sometimes called knotting cords.

Filler Cords: Cords around which the knots are tied.

Row: A line of knots side by side, each tied with different working cords.

Sinnet: A strip of knots, each below the other, tied with the same tying cords.


Example of a Square Knot I tied:
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4 comments on “How to Tie a Macrame Square Knot

  1. Lillian says:

    Wonderful job you did on this purse. You must be taken lesson from quilty. The photos you show on how to make this purse is excellent.

  2. don_mae says:

    Thanks, Lillian. Yep, she is my inspiration!! 😀

  3. Great purse. says:

    Hi, I was considered the “macrame queen” back in 1970 and here it is forty years later and I cannot even remember how to macrame! Need some information or books on ‘how to’. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Louise Patterson, Aylesford, Nova Scotia B0P 1C0

  4. very nice thank you for this lesson

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