This knot should be added to the Kite Flyer's Knot Gallery.
You start with a normal loop in the end of the line as you would for a normal larks head knot.
,. _______________ || \ || ----> | --> || ----> / || / || | @' \______/`Pull some of the line though the loop to make a larks head knot OR sometimes called a slip knot/loop if the larks head is not tighened, as you would if you were going to thing insert a second line with a stopper knot on the end (AKA photo 1)
__ _______________ / \ , \ | ,@ ----> | --> | || ----> / | || / | // | -==='' \______/Using the just created (slip) loop (the unclosed larks head knot) use that to pull more of the line though it as if you were making a second larks head with the first. Now tighten the first larks head knot onto the line itself. You will end up looking like the photo above.
Larks Head ----------------@@----. || | Slip loop but which will not `@----' slip under pressure. Initial Loop Over Hand KnotThe result is a slip knot which is suitable for attaching a kite line to a thick spar, rod, handle, or fishing reels. It will stay put and not slide off or slip around the object when you start winding line onto it as a normal slip knot or larks head would around a thick object (expecally the glass bottle).