you’ve made very good looking neos.
Thank you. Had a feeling they would traditionally be made of silk, but I wasn’t completely sure. Now to find a silk rope…
could always make some kumihimo cord if you wanted something with a bit of wow?
j’ai essayé 1 000 fois avec la video sur youtube et … rien , je n’y arrive pas. très très difficile à faire !!
et pourtant, c’est seulement un nœud …
Don’t forget ‘reverse engineering.’ Untie a commercial neo slowly to see how it is made. Personally, I have kind of taken them for granted–just buy it at the shamisen shop! Very interesting post!
Nice!! Great work, Angus! That is the correct way to tie it! You can shorten the loops and feed the excess rope out from the end.
thank you Kyle ! I saw you on youtube and I learned to make a neo. I watched the video … 1 000 time (lol) and I practiced a lot of times and, finally, I managed to make one ! I will buy something smaller to make another one, and smaller too… haha
so I guess it’s my fault if you had no idea but got it after watching the video 1000 times I will just need to catch up with the count
thank you, not easy to make but when you understood the node, you can make it. you must look more and more and you will understand, sure ! be patient !
Im full of admiration! Ive been thinking about trying but couldnt pluck up the courage,and took the cowards way out and bought one.
Chinese flower knot multiplied by 3 loops…using heavyweight hiking boot decorative shoelace trying to replace worn neo!