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How to Make a Tiny Globe Knot with Paracord

Discover how to make a tiny globe knot with paracord in this instructional video presented by TIAT. Try a different paracord project and make a tiny globe knot with paracord.

All you will need for this project is a 4’ section of paracord and a marble. Starting at the center of the paracord create four wraps around your left pointer finger with the right working cord. Then take the right working cord and work it through the third wrap on your finger from right to left. Then take the left working cord and work it through the first second and fourth wraps on your finger from left to right.

Take working cord that is on the right and work it through the third and first loop on your pointer finger from right to left. Pull the cord all the way through but not tight. Now take the other working cord that should be on the bottom right and work it through the first and third loop on the bottom of your pointer finger from left to right, again pulling the cord all the way through but not tight.

Take the same working cord, which should now be on the right, and work it through the fourth and second loop on the top of your pointer finger, from right to left. Take the working cord that is flowing downwards on the right side and work it through the side loop on the side of your pointer finger that is facing your thumb. This loop was created during the previous weaves.

Then work the cord through the second loop on your pointer finger, located in between the second and third weaves of the side loop. You should be working from left to right. Pull the cord all the way through with each pass, but not tight. Then work the cord through the fourth loop on your pointer finger that is located between the third and fourth weave associated with the side first side loop you went through.

On the top of your pointer finger there should be three wraps that stick out. Take the working cord that is currently on the right and work under the first wrap, over the second, and under the third.  You should be working from right to left.   This should have closed the right end of the work, and you should see it start to take on the globe shape. Both working cords should now be on the left side.

By pulling on the working cords within the globe, you can begin to gently, work the slack out of the cord and tighten the work down. Don’t tighten it too much. Insert the marble and slowly work the slack out of all the cord until it is tight on the marble, and you’re done. That is really all there is to making a tiny globe knot with paracord.