How to Crochet the Knot Cord

Of all the crochet cords that I could find online, the Knot Cord is definitely my favorite one!

The Knot Cord looks a bit like an ear of wheat, it is quite flat, and works up incredibly fast.

Compared to the i cord, or even the Romanian Cord, there are fewer movements required, making this cord faster to crochet than the other ones.

This beautiful and easy crochet cord is perfect for belts, bag handles, top straps, bracelets, and so much more.

In this blog post, you can find a step-by-step photo tutorial. However, a video tutorial is also available here on my YouTube channel.

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How to crochet the Knot Cord - Photo and Video Tutorial - Raffamusa Designs

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Crochet Knot Cord – Video Tutorial

You can find the video tutorial on how to crochet the Knot Cord here on my YouTube channel.

Materials

Crochet Knot Cord – Photo Tutorial

Step 1. Make a slip knot but do not tighten it.

Step 2. Holding the loose end in place with your thumb, insert your hook under the loop indicated by the arrow.

Knot Cord - Steps 1-2 - Raffamusa Designs

Step 3. Yarn over, pull up a loop.

Step 4. Draw the loop through the loop on your hook like for a sl st.

Step 5. This is how your work should like like.

Knot Cord - Steps 3-5 - Raffamusa Designs

Step 6. Pull the loose end to tighten your knot.

Step 7. Insert your hook under the loop indicated by the arrow, yo, and draw yarn through all the loops on your hook.

Step 8. Keep repeating Step 7 to grow your knot cord.

Knot Cord - Steps 6-8 - Raffamusa Designs

Below, you can see a picture of what your cord will look like after a few repeats.

Front and Back of the Knot Cord - Raffamusa Designs

To finish your cord, simply cut the yarn and pull the loop on your hook to slide the yarn through.

And Your crochet Knot Cord is ready!

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