Aside from being a good quick knot to keep the ends of corded rope from unraveling, the Wall Knot is an excitement knot for marking rope.
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X The Bumblebee Knot (ABOK #2314) is listed on page 373 of The Ashley Book of Knots. But, regretfully, only a line drawing is provided for instruction, with no over-under instructions included. The following video provides over- under instructions, with the knot tied in hand. Video production by JD of Tying It All Together.
The Plafond Knot is named so on account of its similarities to motifs seen in Chinese temples and palaces. Also called the Lanyard Knot, the Plafond Knot is a decorative way to hold two pieces of rope together, or creating a striking rope medallion for a necklace.
Paracord Fusion Ties – Volume 1: http://www.amazon.com/Paracord-Fusion-Ties-Volume-Bundles/dp/098555780X The Japanese Bow Knot is a quick and clever way to create a terminal sliding bow at the end of a doubled over rope or cord. Revered for its beauty, it's equally admired for its elegant construction. Video by JD of Tying It All Together.
Simple and elegant, the Button Knot makes for more than just a decorative button. It makes an awesome lanyard leash.
A Celtic Triangle Knot is a slight modification of a Bumblebee Knot. What makes the two knots different is a shift in the closing weave. On account of the music I used in the first Celtic Triangle Knot video its viewing was limited to Canada. Now (hopefully) all can view the How-To. Video by JD of Tying It All Together