Halloween Knot Flip Book
Fold right (blue) end into a "loop";
Hold left (yellow) end alongside;
Wind left (yellow) end around;
Continue winding tightly around;
Feed loose end through gap at bottom.
Finished Halloween Knot:
Unlike the above diagrams, which are somewhat "open" to show what goes where, the actual knot should be tightly
coiled so that it holds together firmly.
Untying the Halloween Knot:
To untie, pull on the non-coiled (blue) end until the loop is pulled all the way through the coil. The noose will
then unravel and the whole lot will simply fall apart.
Twin Halloween Knots:
Rather than combining the two ends into the one noose, it's also possible to make each end into a separate noose.
Besides looking interesting, each noose can be slipped tight or loosened individually, which is very quick (though
not very secure).
Untying the Twin Halloween Knots:
These are even easier to untie than the regular Halloween Knot - simply pull the coiled section upwards until the
noose pulls back through itself and falls apart.