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cord thus, and pulling bights through.
It will then be
found that all
the running knot
can be pulled to-
gather in the centre.
This knot however is not so pretty or
satisfactory as the Tassel Knot.
Japanese Flower^Star Knot. (Japanese) (name unknown)
To make: As figured, with pins. Possibly
by some slight alterations the Japanese can
use some simpler method, e.g. by pulling
out the 4 side bights and bringing the
2 ends out symmetrically instead of al-
ternate planes. The long points represent
bights, & the short ones the knot, which
is a very pretty one, like a star with 6
curved rays. The knot is the same on
both sides. It is used, or was so formerly,
to ornament the clothes of children of
high birth. The Japanese name is unknown.
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