With Instructables you can share what you make with the world and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
share what you made with text, photos, video, and files
gather your favorite instructables together
Wearing a tie can help you make a good impression. This is a step by step tutorial on how to get it tied right.
Place tie over your shoulders with the wide end hanging over your left shoulder. Make sure your collar is up. Adjust the tie so that you only have a...
Cross the left end over the right end about 4-6 inches past the tip of the short end.
Pinch the cross-over and pull the wide end up behind the cross-over to make a loop. After you have pulled the wide end out of the loop, make sure tha...
Take the wide end at your left and pull it around the back. Pull tight.
Pull the wide end over the front of the knot and through the hole. Tighten to the left.
Pull the wide end around the front and back again and up through the hole.
Pull the wide end through the knot behind the front layer of the tie which you just wrapped around the knot in Step 6.
Pull the wide end down to tighten up the knot. Make sure it looks good as you tighten it.
Pull on the thinner end and push up on the knot to pull the knot up to your collar. Fix your collar and you're done!
We have a be nice comment policy. Please be positive and constructive.
very bad instructions
How to tie your shoesby charlie2006
How to tie a tie: Ascotby aneel
Tying a bow tie Way # 2 (the easy way)by BigCoCo
How To Tie a Tieby howtotieatieman
How To Tie A Simple Tie by nicke123
How to tie a nunchaku: airport loopby jmvicuna
How to Tie-a-Tieby Delpitos
How to tie a tieby jeffreyf
How to tie a tieby dlighter
Get Perfect Tie Length Every Timeby banker
Download our new apps for iOS, Android and Windows 8!
© 2015 Autodesk, Inc.
By clicking "Create Account" you are indicating that you have read and agree to the Terms of service.
Already a member? Login »
Enter the email associated with your account and we will send you your username and a temporary password.
Not a member? Sign Up »