Here's are the step by step process of tying a tie.

Step 1: Gather Your Materials !

Pick your favorite tie you would be wearing.

Step 2: Sizing Up!

Make sure the thicker side is on your left shoulder and the thin side is on your right.

Step 3:

Begin by crossing the thick end over the thin end.

Step 4:

Then repeat step number 3 once more.

Step 5:

By now you will begin to see the form of the tie knot.

Step 6:

Pull the thicker end up and over to freely lay on top of the knot.

Step 7:

Next you will need to pull the thicker side through the knot as seen above.

Step 8:

At this point in the journey you're going to being to tighten the tie up on your neck.

Step 10:

Next you would be taking the thing end and applying it to the slot on the back.

Step 11:

This should be the end result after adding the thin end into the slot on the back end of the thick end.

Step 12:

At last we have come to the end of the journey of tying ties.

<p>Thank you, Conrad.</p><p>That is the best demonstration I have seen.</p>
<p>I now know how to tie a tie. Thanks buddy!</p>
<p>Thank you so much will share your comment with my profersor </p>
<p>Seems to me that it's pretty risky to stick your toe in the water anymore.</p><p>Since I have been tuning in to this website for some time now, I've noticed that a lot of new members will post things that have been amply covered before, here or elsewhere. And that's OK! </p><p>Unfortunately, other new visitors will casually violate the 'be positive and constructive' request, and come off sounding pretty mean-spirited in comparison to the gentle Instructable culture.</p><p>This is a fine Instructable.</p>
<p>Thank you</p>
Looks like a 12 year old. Amateur...
<p>**18 year old and its a college project as an outline</p>
<p>It is a good thing that there are tutorials like this online. Because I always have to look up how to tie a tie when I need to wear one.</p>

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