Chinese Frog Knot?

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The Chinese frog knot is a type of ornamental cloth fastening method that consists of a button and a loop through which it passes. It is made when you loop a cord, then loop another cord over and under the first loop. The cord is then looped a third time while weaving through the other two loops. These loops are usually kept open while working and they are then eased together, to form the shape of a ball. The ends are then trimmed and sewn to the underside of the ball.
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