Holding all nine strands together, tie an overhand knot with a tail of about three inches.
Bend knees slightly and grasp a light barbell with an overhand grip.
Tie the string in an overhand knot and cut off any excess.
The overhand knot, pearl knot, macramé square knot, and half-hitch knots are some of the common knot types you'll see in beading instructions for beginners.
Perform an underhand movement to bump or set, and do an overhand swing to spike or block.
When your bracelet is the correct length, finish it off with an overhand knot.
Hold one end of each strand, and tie them all together with an overhand knot.
6 represents a portion of one of the Lake Superior copper-mines worked by overhand stoping.
In metal-mines producing abundant rock-filling the overhand method of stoping, illustrated in fig.