How to Tie a Tie: Windsor Knot

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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 9:

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.

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    mickryobe

    2 years ago

    Thank you, Conrad.

    That is the best demonstration I have seen.

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    Craigit

    2 years ago

    I now know how to tie a tie. Thanks buddy!

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    kvng_conradCraigit

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you so much will share your comment with my profersor

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    TomV4

    2 years ago

    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.

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    kvng_conradfishinbrad

    Reply 2 years ago

    **18 year old and its a college project as an outline

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    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.