Introduction: The Fastest Way to Tie a Tie - How to Tie a Tie in Less Than 10 Seconds

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This is known as the fastest way to tie a tie. Get it done in 10 seconds. Just in the case you are going to be late to your work, you can use this way to tie your tie. I show you how.

This tie tricks is full windsor, but you can adjust it into half-windsor knot as you want.

This instruction come with video, so you can repeat watching it as many time as you want.

First Step: turn it over and put the tie like this position

Step 1: Hand Tricks

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Twist you hand and insert you hand into the hole, then hold it with you thumb

Step 2: Turn It Over

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turn it over and insert you hand into the other hole

Step 3: Hold It With Your Thumb

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hold it with your thumb and insert the tail in the hole here

Step 4: Hold the Tail With Your Right Thumb

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hold the tail with your right thumb,

Step 5: Adjust It

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Adjust the position carefully

Step 6: That's All

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This all

Step 7: See

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here is the completed tie, is that beautiful. this instruction come with video


danilovpr13 (author)2015-02-12

This looks cool, but I still found it easier to learn how to tie a tie by watching videos on youtube. This particularly one helped me out a lot:

Detoxiodine (author)2013-05-11

That's great for a Windsor. But if you want to have your tie tied in a more elaborate way - like the Eldredge or the Trinity knot -, you actually have to learn how to tie it.

mensties (author)2010-07-14

nice i like all your work..great job

oliviaj (author)2008-10-07

By far the easiest way I've seen so far. First try! As a Step Mother that has to tie her Son's tie for every Debate Tournament, (Gotta' teach Him this method) I usually have to give it couple of tries with other methods to get the full windsor. Thanks for sharing!

AznPanda (author)2008-07-10

Ok this is cool... but uhhh how would you do it like that on ur newk -.-

dfedde (author)AznPanda2008-09-09

send the small end around your neck before you put the it trough hole after the twist

dfedde (author)2008-09-09

this work well for me it's more of a bar trick thou. after about 3 trys i can get a good knot in less then 10 sec more like 5

dizzytaylor (author)2008-03-13

Most excellent and amazing! I can't even do a Windsor knot the old fashioned way.

2tieatie (author)2008-01-13

the site is

2tieatie (author)2008-01-13

This is OK, but not really clear to me. Not sure what knot this even is. Here is a resource that has over 15 different step by step diagrams of how to tie a tie . This has tie video instructionstie video and covers all the way from the Bathus knotto the Windsor knot. It really is worth referencing also. Hope this helps.

qdogg (author)2007-12-05

I can tie a tie in one second. I use a trick taught by a magician known as the Amazing Randi and appeared in the now defunct OMNI magazine of the late '70's. It's way cool & you only need one hand! I often flip the tie over my shoulder as I'm tying it so others can't see the knot. Then I ask them to count while I "tie" the tie. I whip it out in an instant, already tied. I'm sure you can find this method somewhere on the web. I don't have time right now to make a video of it or describe the method... maybe later.

gbosbiker (author)2007-12-04

defiantly takes more than 10 seconds. you have to make all the pre-fold twists then do that procedure. then put over your neck. probably takes 20 seconds. I can do the normal full windsor on my neck in ten seconds so it is much easier.

QuickTie (author)2007-12-04

hmmmmm I can tie a full windsor in about 8 seconds...and its round my neck..lets have one for a dickie bow

cpt_hammer (author)2007-12-03

is this a full windsor or a half-windsor knot when finished?

tycoyoken (author)cpt_hammer2007-12-03

This tie tricks is full windsor, but you can adjust it into half-windsor knot as you want.

myckle (author)tycoyoken2007-12-04

Could you put up a direction or another video for half-windsor option? This trick looks awesome and it'd save tons of time if there was a half-windsor option. Personally, I've never seen that many people with full windsor ties. Guess people are too busy to spend time on that extra loop. :P Thanks much.

bytehead (author)2007-12-03

Interesting. But I can still tie a tie on myself without looking, and while it might take longer than shown, it's not much longer. And it's already on my neck. 20 inch neck's suck BTW. :-P

GorillazMiko (author)2007-12-03


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