Double Ian Knot Flip Book

Double Ian Shoelace Knot step 1
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Begin with a completed “Ian Knot”.
Cross loops, left (blue) in front.
Feed loops through each other.
Pull tight to complete the knot.

Finished Knot

Finished Double Ian Shoelace Knot

The finished “Double Ian Shoelace Knot” is quite bulky, which is helpful for consuming excess shoelace to keep the ends from dragging.

Multiple Ian Knots picture

Three or more repetitions

With plenty of excess lace, the “Ian Knot” can be repeated as many times as desired. The result is a rather ridiculous looking construction that vaguely resembles a tree fern: A rough, thick “trunk” with two large “leaves” on top. Although novel, it's of little practical value other than for some serious shortening!

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