How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)

How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)

Graphic, video and photo instruction how to tie a Four in Hand knot in one minute (7 steps). Four in Hand knot tying is easy with our step by step tutorial.

The four-in-hand knot is a method of tying a necktie. It is also known as a simple knot or schoolboy knot, due to its simplicity and style. The knot produced by this method is on the narrow side, notably asymmetric, and appropriate for most, but not all occasions.

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  1. Start with the tie around your neck with the small end down to about the midway point of the wider end.How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)
  2. Flip the wider end over the small end.How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)
  3. Swing the wide end around the back.How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)
  4. Hold the small end in one hand and loop the wide end over it again.How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)
  5. Pull the wide end up from the back and you’ll see the knot coming together.How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)
  6. Slip the wide end under the front of the knot to tighten.How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)
  7. As you tighten, pinch the front of the wide end just below the knot so that a dimple forms and slide the knot up to your neck.How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)DoneHow to Tie a Four in Hand Knot In One Minute (7 steps)

 

 

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