Download and print three copies of B11B.
Determine the outlines of the cords in the knot. The cords may cross themselves, forming loops. Color or decorate the separate cords as you wish. Cut out the outlines of the cords.
The two cords in this knot are identical to each other. The cords cross themselves twice to form three loops (one is very small). Within each loop are places (indicated by the spaces) where the other cord crosses over it. For each loop, cut open one (and only one) of these spaces.
Use the third printed knot as a placement guide. Look at the end of the knot closest to you to determine which outline goes on top of the other (look for the first crossing of the two outlines). Place the cut outlines in position on the guide.
Working from the bottom up, either slide cut ends under or shift one outline over the other, until you reach the top.