74 face globe knot, but I started with a 5 lead by 4 bight turks head to yield the 146 faces. The core for this knot is also a golf ball. I used braided number 1 mason's twine to tie this knot, because I had it on-hand it and it was small enough to mostly cover the golf ball when tripled. I will say this was more difficult than the 74 face knot, and you may be better off tracking down a 144 face grid or using the resources available from knottool.com to tie these knots when they get to this size. I made a few mistakes, including the cross into the center of the doubled turks head. I ended up with a five bight opening in the knot which is awkward. At that point I was in no mood to pull the whole knot apart so I left it.
These knots are fun and challenging, and I am glad I experimented with them. They certainly teach you about tightening knots as tightening seems to be the most difficult part of globe knots, at least for me. I also learned a new camera technique, using a timer to take my pictures with relatively low light. I have a few other things in the works, so this will be the last of the globes for a little while unless I get inspired to do something very large or someone asks about them.