Carrick Bend With Ends Adjacent

Carrick Bend With Ends Opposed

How To Tie A Carrick Bend With Ends Adjacent

This Carrick Bend has both standing ends on the same side. It is an ancient English heraldry knot associated with the Wake Family. Before its more modern name, it was also known as the Wake Knot (also known as an Ormande or Ormand Knot).

The Carrick Bend is also a decorative knot when left in the flat and open layout. When this knot is used in a decorative fashion, it is known as the Josephine knot (For Macrame) or a Double Coin Knot (For Chinese knotting).

We also show you how to make a Carrick Bend With Ends Opposed.

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