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How to tie a tie: windsor knot
Thank you, Conrad.That is the best demonstration I have seen.
How to tie a tie the morehouse way
Thank you so much will share your comment with my profersor
I now know how to tie a tie. Thanks buddy! - CraigR73
Seems to me that it's pretty risky to stick your toe in the water anymore.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! 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.This is a fine Instructable. - TomV4
**18 year old and its a college project as an outline
Looks like a 12 year old. Amateur... - fishinbrad
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. - DIY Hacks and How Tos
Tying a tie.Regrettably, the "Instructible" was not that good. There are a number of ways a tie may be tied e.g. Windsor, half-Windsor, Marine Corp. etc. You might do well to research the methods on similar sites and select the one that best suits the collar design of your shirt.To the OP, your demo would be better filmed into a mirror so the viewer sees what their mirror will reflect.Hope this helps. PS the tie material also affects the final result. Silk is generally favoured as it rarely creases but glossy silk will tend to slip more than a coarser silk. - jennyxls
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