How to Tie a Modified Isonychia PMX, or “Iso Iso Baby”

Producer: Tim Flagler

Says videographer Tim Flagler: “I call this pattern the Iso Iso Baby, not only because it is supposed to represent an Isonychia dun, but also because the basic idea of it was pirated–or as we say in the industry ‘sampled’–from another pattern: Doug Swisher’s Parachute Madam X.”

In the eastern US, Isonychia begun to emerge starting in June and continue to do so through October.