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how to tie a tie

Hello! In the following Prezi I am going to show you how to do the Windsor Knot

Tyller The Magnificent

on 30 November 2012

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Transcript of how to tie a tie

By: Tyller Spencer How to Tie a Tie Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 5 Step 4 Step 6 Step 7 Cross the wide end over the narrow. The shorter end being on the bottom. Now, switch hands. Push the long end up through the middle using the bottom. Pull it all the way through. Take the long end; put it around and behind the narrow end. Next, take the long end and put it through the loop. Bring it back down. Pull it tight. Now, turn the wide end and pass it across the narrow. Pull the end up through the middle Slip the wide end through the knot in the front. tighten and draw up to collar First, lift up the collar of your shirt and place the tie around your neck underneath your popped collar. The long, wide end should be held in your right hand with the short, narrow end in your other hand. It should be approximately 30cm longer than the shorter one. Materials needed
Dress Shirt
2 hands
Determination There are many ways to tie a tie. The 4 easiest are the Windsor, Half-Windsor, Pratt and Four-In-Hand. The one I am demonstrating today is the Windsor. I chose to demonstrate how to tie a tie because this can help you many times in your life.
I, myself didn't know how to tie a tie until two months ago. I thought it would be great to share it with you! HOPE YOU GUYS ENJOYED MY PRESENTATION! HOPE IT COMES IN HANDY!! =D
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