How To: Tie a Chinese Cloverleaf knot

Tie a Chinese Cloverleaf knot

Knotmaster JD from Tying It All Together offers us another of his informative and oddly soothing knot-tying instructional videos. This is teaches us to tie a Chinese Cloverleaf knot, a good-luck charm in both East and West that makes up for its lack of practicality with timeless beauty. From the knot-tyer himself:

It's a wonder why I haven't shown how to tie the Chinese Cloverleaf Knot until now. Effectively a miniature version of the Pan Chang Knot, its cloverleaf pattern is as much a symbol of good luck in China, as it is in the west.

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