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The Keyhole Weave: Fusion Knotting Techniques by TIAT
« on: January 10, 2010, 07:38:47 PM »
The keyhole weave is a fusion knotting technique I use to create a hexagonal hole in a knot.

Most easily incorporated into knots based upon the Panel Knot, or knots possessing woven bights, I've shown
the technique in use on my YouTube channel and in my forthcoming book ("Decorative Fusion Knots: A
Step-by-Step Illustrated Guide to Unique and Unusual Ornamental Knots").

Examples of the technique in use include: the Snowflake Knot, the Mayan Temple Knot, and Brigid's Knot.

The keyhole weave is the first of many fusion knotting techniques I'll occasionally point out or demonstrate.  

My interest is to show the basic techniques that are used to create the fusion knots you see in my videos.
My hope is that you'll play with these techniques and ultimately create new knots of your own.

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« Last Edit: January 10, 2010, 09:53:49 PM by JD~TIAT »
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