How to Tie a Tie

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GoTie- How to tie a four in hand knot

How to Tie the Four in Hand Knot
  1. Start with the tie around your neck and the tail of the tie mid stomach.  You may have to adjust the starting height of the tail depending on the length of the tie and your height.  Remember that each knot has slightly different steps which may increase or decrease the tied tie length - each type of knot may require slightly different starting positions.
  2. Take the wide end of the tie over the tail of the tie and to the left.
  3. Wide end under the tail of the tie and to the right.
  4. Wrap around the wide end and to the left.
  5. Wide end up through the neck and down through the loop.
  6. Hold the knot with one hand and pull the wide end down to set the knot.  I always pull the corners of the knot outwards to give the knot a nice triangular shape.

 

 

 

How to Tie a Full Windsor Knot

  1. Start with the tie around your neck and the tail of the tie mid stomach.  You may have to adjust the starting height of the tail depending on the length of the tie and your height.  Remember that each knot has slightly different steps which may increase or decrease the tied tie length - each type of knot may require slightly different starting positions.
  1. Take to wide end behind the tail of the tie and up through the neck and hold up.
  2. Take the wide end down and across your body creating one sided wrap.
  3. Bring the wide end up and back across your body and down through the neck making another (equal wrap).
  4. Bring the wide end down through the center loop (between the left and right side wraps).
  1. Hold the knot with one hand and pull the wide end down to set the knot.  I always pull the corners of the knot outwards to give the knot a nice triangular shape.

 

 

 

 How to Tie a Half Windsor Knot

  1. Start with the tie around your neck and the tail of the tie mid stomach.  You may have to adjust the starting height of the tail depending on the length of the tie and your height.  Remember that each knot has slightly different steps which may increase or decrease the tied tie length - each type of knot may require slightly different starting positions.
  1. Take to wide end behind the tail of the tie and up through the neck and hold up.
  2. Take the wide end down and across your body creating one sided wrap.
  3. Take the wide end across your body and up through the neck loop.
  4. Bring the wide end down through the loop you just made.
  1. Hold the knot with one hand and pull the wide end down to set the knot.  I always pull the corners of the knot outwards to give the knot a nice triangular shape.

 

 

 GoTie - How to tie a kelvin knot

How to Tie a Kelvin Knot

  1. Start with the tie around your neck and the tail of the tie mid stomach.  You may have to adjust the starting height of the tail depending on the length of the tie and your height.  Remember that each knot has slightly different steps which may increase or decrease the tied tie length - each type of knot may require slightly different starting positions.
  1. Take the wide end under the tail of the tie to the left.
  2. Continue taking the wide end all the way behind the tail and to the front.
  3. Take the wide end across to the left again.
  4. From the left take the wide end up through the neck loop and down through the outer pocket you made.
  1. Hold the knot with one hand and pull the wide end down to set the knot.  I always pull the corners of the knot outwards to give the knot a nice triangular shape.

 

 

 GoTie - How to tie a pratt knot

How to Tie a Pratt Knot

  1. Start with the tie around your neck and the tail of the tie mid stomach.  You may have to adjust the starting height of the tail depending on the length of the tie and your height.  Remember that each knot has slightly different steps which may increase or decrease the tied tie length - each type of knot may require slightly different starting positions.
  1. Take the wide end under the tail of the tie and to the upper left.
  2. Bring the wide end down through the neck and around the front.
  3. Bring the wide end up through the neck loop.
  4. Bring the wide end down through the pocket you made.
  5. Hold the knot with one hand and pull the wide end down to set the knot.  I always pull the corners of the knot outwards to give the knot a nice triangular shape.

 

 

 GoTie - How to tie a prince albert knot

How to Tie a Prince Albert Knot

  1. Start with the tie around your neck and the tail of the tie mid stomach.  You may have to adjust the starting height of the tail depending on the length of the tie and your height.  Remember that each knot has slightly different steps which may increase or decrease the tied tie length - each type of knot may require slightly different starting positions.
  1. Bring the wide end over the tail of the tie and to the left
  2. Continue the wide end around the tail and to the right.
  3. Take the wide end around the tail a second time.
  4. Bring the wide end up through the neck loop.
  5. Bring the wide end down through the first pocket layer (the one closest to you, there are two).
  6. Hold the knot with one hand and pull the wide end down to set the knot.  I always pull the corners of the knot outwards to give the knot a nice triangular shape.

 

 

 GoTie - How to tie a simple knot

How to Tie a Simple Knot

  1. Start with the tie around your neck and the tail of the tie mid stomach.  You may have to adjust the starting height of the tail depending on the length of the tie and your height.  Remember that each knot has slightly different steps which may increase or decrease the tied tie length - each type of knot may require slightly different starting positions.
  1. Bring the wide end BEHIND the tail of the tie.
  2. Take the wide end around the tail.
  3. Take the wide end up through the neck loop.
  4. Take the wide end down through the pocket you just made.
  5. Hold the knot with one hand and pull the wide end down to set the knot.  I always pull the corners of the knot outwards to give the knot a nice triangular shape.