How to Tie a Van Wijk Knot

How to Tie a Van Wijk Knot

Van Wijk knot is claimed to have been created by the artist Lisa Van Wijk. Her purpose was to invent the tallest knot possible. Van Wijk knot is one that has a very cool cylindrical effect, giving your tie even more structure. While it might seem like a strange knot at first, you’ll eventually fall for the almost futuristic look of this tie knot over time. Van Wijk knot tying is easy with our step by step tutorial.

 

How to Tie a Van Wijk knot:

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  1. The wide end of the tie will begin on the right side and the narrow end will begin on the left side. 
  2. Cross the wide end to the left, over the front of the narrow end of the tie.
  3. Pull the wide end behind the back of the narrow end and to the right.
  4. Now put your fingers on the right hand under first loop. This will help you at the end with final pull down. 
  5. Cross the wide end to the left, over the front of the narrow end of the tie.
  6. Pull the wide end behind the back of the narrow end and to the right.
  7. Cross the wide end to the left, over the front of the narrow end of the tie.
  8. Pull the wide end behind the back of the narrow end and to the right.
  9. Cross the wide end to the left, over the front of the narrow end of the tie.
  10. Pull the wide end under and up through the neck loop.
  11. Now pull down through all three loops created in the front of the tie knot. Use your fingers to catch the end and slip through the loops.
  12. Straighten and tighten the tie by pulling down on the wide end of the tie while sliding the knot up. 
  13. Done

 

 

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