|Double Knotted Fringe|
Here is a video showing both double and triple knotted fringe. I am sure others may have their own methods, this is the easiest way for me. If you make fringe, and find a different way works better for you, that is fine too. You know my rule - there is no wrong way!
|Triple Knotted Fringe|
Once you have your single knotted fringe on, you can do the double or triple knotted fringe. With the exception of the first and last group of single knotted fringe, all you are doing is tying an equal number of strands from each group of the single fringe together. For the first group of fringe, I use the whole bunch, tied together with half of the second group of fringe. For the last group of single knotted fringe, I use the last half of the next to last group, and tie it to the entire last single knotted fringe. You can do as many rows of knots as pleases you, but for me I find one or two rows is enough. Remember, make sure you have enough yarn so that your fringe still has some length to it after you have tied knots and trimmed ends. I would recommend adding just a few test groups of fringe to see if you end up with the desired result, before cutting enough yarn to fringe your entire piece.