Get all your materials ready
Cut eight, 2 metre long strands of natural jute.
Hang the Rod
Hang the wooden rod on a thin piece of yarn, attaching it to both ends.
Attach the Strands
On the far left, hold one strand at both ends and hang over the wooden stick, pulling ends through the resulting loop.
Repeat with the 7 strands, positioning each at a distance of 1.5 cm.
Take the first two strands and make a 2 cm reef knot under the rod.
Do the same with the 3rd and 4th, making a 5th and 6th strand from the left, creating 4 uniformed square knots.
Take the 3rd and 4th strands from the left and the 5th and 6th from the right, making a knot 3 cm below.
Repeat twice, with the four middle strands and the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th strands from right.
From the left, 3 cm below, repeat adjacently, making 4 hanging strands.
All 4 knots must hang evenly.
Repeat the steps until you have this number of knots tied per row:
1st row: 4,
2nd row: 3,
3rd row: 4,
4th row: 3,
5th row: 4,
6th row: 3,
7th row: 4,
8th row: 3,
9th row: 2,
10th row: 1.
Cut the ends to finish.