In the first picture it shows the green with a loop in it under the straight piece of purple. With the two ends together, take the ends under and come up around and down into the loop formed by the green and purple ribbon (not the bigger green loop showing on the right). Pull the ends through and finish the knot. Give a little tug to tighten. You now have your beginning loop on the right. Maneuver the two ribbons into position.
The purple ribbon needs to come around to the left to begin the looping. Proceed to the previous tutorial to work through the lanyard to the point it is ready to be tied off.
Cut the ends leaving 3 or 4 inches to give yourself room to tie off the ends properly. Take the opposite ribbon end and thread it through the last loop. Pull ends to snug, then tie a simple overhand knot. It may take a little maneuvering to get it close enough and to look nice.
In this image the short ribbon ends are from the start and the longer ribbons are at the finish. On the right it shows my choice to tie my lanyard ends together using a square knot. I also found that by using a wider ribbon the end result is the lanyard seems to have buoyancy... it stretches when I pull, then springs back when I let go.