A full windsor knot is a classic way to tie a necktie. In this tutorial, you will learn how to tie a full windsor step by step. You don't want to be caught at your next social event or business meeting with a messy tie, right? So, check out this video and make sure you look po ...more
Tie a Tie Full Windsor Knot
If you're going to an event formal enough to warrant a tie, you might want to go with a conservative, traditional knot like the full or "double" Windsor. This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect full ...more
Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old classic—the full Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will ...more
In this video we learn how to tie a necktie in a Full Windsor knot. First, take four inches on the skinny side and bring the long end over it. Then, bring the tie up back underneath and pull it through. Drop this down to the right hand side and then bring the long end back up ...more
This video shows expert instructors tying a tie in the full Windsor knot. First you cross the wide end of the tie over the narrow end. After that you put the wide end up through the loop (behind the narrow end) and then you pull it through the tie. Next you cross the wide end ...more
Need help figuring out how to tie a men's necktie using a double (or "full") Windsor knot? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this video tutorial can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just over a minute's time. For detailed instructions, and to get sta ...more
Got a special occasion coming up that requires a necktie? If your knot-tying skills are out-of-date, check out this video for a refresher on tying a Double Windsor, also known as the Full Windsor knot. This kind of knot gives you a much fuller knot than the four-in-hand or the ...more
Easy follow along animation of how to tie a classic windsor knot for your necktie. Video: .
Knowing how to tie a classy tie will have you looking your best when it counts. Follow this easy step-by-step guide to tying Windsor and Half-Windsor knots.
The half-Windsor might not be a complicated as the full-Windsor knot, but if you're not used to it or have never tried it before, it might become frustrating. But you can help calm yourself down with this necktie knot-tying guide. Personal image consultant Kimberly Law demonst ...more
A Windsor knot is the bread and butter of tie knots - classy, simple, and sleek, it never fails to show you're a man of learning who also happens to be deftly skilled with his hands. The Windsor knot is debonaire, evoking the like of James Bond. Watch this video to be instruc ...more
This video is presented as seen in a mirror. This video will teach you how to tie a tie in the Windsor knot style.
Video shows how to tie a tie using a Windsor knot. Each step is explained and demonstrated carefully in this video. Watch for best results.
The Windsor knot is the perfect knot to tie if you're wearing a fresh skinny tie. This video demonstrates a quick way to tie your skinny tie when you want to look good and are pressed for time. Follow along with the brief steps and enjoy your proper look.
The Windsor knot, also (wrongly) known as the "Double-Windsor" (a non-existent enormous 16-move knot), is the most well known knot in the world. The Windsor is a large, symmetrical, self-releasing triangular knot. The tie was named by Americans in the 1920-30's after the Duke ...more
Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Prefer that your knot not be too bulky? Try an old standby—the half Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion ove ...more
Oh, no! Your formal event is in just a few hours, and you've realized you have no idea how to tie a necktie! This tutorial shows you how to tie both a half windsor and windsor (or double windsor) in a necktie.
Looking for a slimmer necktie knot? Try an old standby—the half Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect half Windsor knots in no time at ...more
Not sure how to tie a tie? Not only will you learn to tie a tie in this video presented by Tie-a-Tie.net, but you will learn how to tie a Windsor knot! Follow these step-by-step instructions and complete real-life example to get your Windsor knot tight and neat looking.
Tying a tie is a very useful skill, in this video, we are shown how to tie a Double Windsor knot, a very popular knot due to its symmetry. After placing the tie around your neck, if you are a right-handed person, make the thicker side the longer side on your right and pass thi ...more
In this how-to video, you will learn how to tie a single Windsor knot. This will be useful if you need to wear a tie at a formal event. First, place the tie around the back of your neck. Next, cross the bigger side over the smaller side and then pull it up through the loop. Ne ...more
Need to know how to tie a necktie for a fancy job interview? Prefer that your knot not be too bulky? Try an old standby—the half Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process ...more
Our host Roe is going to show you how to tie a double Windsor knot into a tie, with this quick step by step guide. To begin, you want to make sure the wider front end of the tie is on your right side and the little end is shortened to about the pectoral level of your chest. Ne ...more
If you want to know how to tie a Double Windsor knot, this video is for you. To tie a Double Windsor knot: Lift up the collar of your shirt. Place the tie around the back of your neck so that the wide end hangs down on the side of your dominant hand, a little more than twice a ...more
Have you ever wondered how to tie a bow tie or an ascot? Well, everydayascots has a video for you detailing it step by step. In the video he shows you different styles of wearing an ascot for different neck sizes and comfort levels. Then he shows you a quick demonstration of t ...more
Still wearing a clip-on in your adult life? It's time to take the clip on off, and learn to tie a tie... and while you're at it, how to tie a tie in multiple ways! In this video, learn how to tie a double windsor knot.
In this video we learn how to tie a half Windsor knot. First, bring the tie around your neck and position the small side by your belt. Next, bring the big side over the little side, then bring it underneath the little side. After this, take the big side through the gap on the ...more
This video demonstrates how to tie a double Windsor knot, which is the neatest and most uniform looking tie knot. This knot can be tied in a few steps. First flip the shirt collar up and drape the tie around the neck as shown. Make sure to adjust the tie length so that the nar ...more
Looking for a quick and easy way to fasten a necktie? Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Prefer that your knot not be too bulky? Try an old standby—the half Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). T ...more
In this how-to video, you will learn How to Tie a Double Windsor Knot. First, place the tie around and under the collar. Put the wider end over the shorter end, and then pull it under and over the loop. Put it around, under, and over the loop again so that the wide end has gon ...more
Once you've master the Windsor you can move on to the King George. This fashion how-to video demonstrates how to tie a tie with the King George knot. This knot is a pretty fat knot for thick or thin ties.
Want to try something new for your necktie? The cape knot is similar to the Atlantic knot, but tied better and has a fuller look. Go ahead and add some wabam to your necktie today. Video: .
Scouring the Internet for instructions on how to tie a men's necktie using a traditional double or "full" Windsor knot? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this video tutorial can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just over a minute's time. For detailed ...more
Windsor knots are among the most well-known type of knot. They look wonderful and they just seem to radiate talent and professionalism. However, the process is painless and takes only minutes to learn. You should watch this if you want to learn how to make Windsor knot. 1. Dra ...more
The Solomon Bar is one of the more versatile ties in the paracording genre of knot tying. Although most prefer the straight line, in this video you will learn how to tie a bent line in your knot. You will get a full tutorial of the entire process with each step shown up close ...more
You will Need! 1 box of detergent (should be at least 3/4 full) 1 foot of string Cutting tool and sharp object, such as screwdriver Setting Up! Empty out the box into another container. On the bottom of the box, make 3 cuts to make a flap, bend that flap up and down to ma ...more
The Palomar knot is a powerful fishing knot, used to secure fishing line to a fishing lure, snap or swivel. It's great for all kinds of light fishing lines, especially braid, which won't pull out of this knot. It's retains almost the full amount of original strength of the lin ...more
Ever wonder how to tie the seaguar knot for fishing? Then stay tuned for this fishing knot tutorial video. The seaguar knot was introduced by the factory reps from fluorocarbon manufacturer Seaguar, this easy to tie and reliable fishing knot joins fluorocarbon leaders to monof ...more
I decided to make a quick banner for my RC plane. It was basically free, but you might need to get a few materials if you don't have them. My plane is a Hobbyzone Champ, which is a hardy but tiny plane, weighing only 1.3 ounces with the battery. My how-to is modeled after this ...more
Learn how to tie a tie in many different ways with this tutorial. This how to video teaches you the Four in Hand knot, Windsor knot, Half Windsor and Pratt knot. With the steps in this video you will be tying your ties perfectly in no time.
In this video we learn how to tie a skinny necktie in a Half Windsor. First, take the wide end over the thin end and then go over and under the loop. From here, take your wide end over the knot and then under and through the hole. Now, adjust your knot up to your neck where it ...more
Watch this video tutorial to learn how to tie several different types of neckties. Try tying the the four in hand knot, the half Windsor, the Windsor, the Shelby, and the traditional bow tie.
The Sailor's Knot: learn knot tying. The Sailor's Knot is also called The Anchor Bend, Carrick Bend and Full Carrick Bend. It's easy to tie, does not slip easily in the wet, and is among the strongest of knots - it can't jam and is readily untied. Tie the Sailor's Knot. Click ...more
Check out this instructional boating video that demonstrates how to tie a cleat hitch for boating. This is a type of hitch used to tie a line to a cleat. All you have to do is make one full turn then a figure 8 with the last turn reversed and you've got your cleat hitch tied. ...more
One armed tie tying and collar buttoning is tough for most people, let alone an individual who has suffered an amputation. Here's a lesson from an amputee on tying a tie and other suit tricks all while using one hand and no prosthetics. A thicker tie is easier as it will not b ...more
Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old standby—the four-in-hand knot (sometimes referred to as the "simple" or "schoolboy" knot). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying proc ...more
The world of decorative knots is full of twists and turns and this instructional video is no exception. In this clear and concise, step-by-step guide, we see how to create the beautiful, Striped Crown Sinnet. Makes a great key fob! The Striped Crown Sinnet is the flip side of ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to tie a bowtie left- handed. First, put the tie around your neck and adjust the two tails. The right should hang 1" lower than the left. Then, cross the longer over the shorter and push up over and through to make a simple knot. Form a bow with ...more
If you have ever wondered how to create a Rorschach knot, this tutorial will show you how to do it in no time. A Rorschach knot is indicative to the blotchy silhouette of Rorschach inkblots, which are primarily used during psychological evaluations. A subject's perception of i ...more
It doesn't have to be summer to get deliciously fresh herbs and spices. Check out this tutorial, and learn how to preserve and dry your spices in the summer for use in those dull winter months. You Will Need: * Fresh herbs * Scissors * Kitchen twine * A jar with a tight-fittin ...more
This video shows everything about how to put on a rented tuxedo. When you get your tux, the shoes will be hanging in a bag on the outside of the bag. Inside the bag will be the coat, shirt, vest or cummerbund, tie, pants and studs and links. Socks will be in the inside coat po ...more
Notthecoolmom gives a craft lesson on how to make a diaper wreath for a baby shower. To make the wreath you will need the following materials: a package of 56 size 1 diapers (preferably with a design of some kind), a Styrofoam wreath, a spool of ribbon, and rubber bands (optio ...more
To make a rubber band ball you will need a lot of rubber bands, most likely a whole bag full. The more rubber bands you have, the better and bigger your rubber band ball will be. To start your rubber band ball you can tie a rubber band in a knot. Then put each rubber band in t ...more
Fingers are very useful for many things in life—but fingers get dirty. With most smartphone and tablets using touchscreen technology, our fingers have become our greatest technological asset. But if you want to keep your phone or tablet from looking like this: Then you can try ...more
Although Christmas is a time to spend with family, a time to be happy and full of joy, sometimes is nice to pull a prank here and there especially since not many will be expecting them. In this tutorial Video: . I'm going to show you 10 simple pranks and booby traps you can s ...more
In the first part of this two-part guide, I covered cutting, grooving, beveling, making holes, and stamping/tooling. I hope you enjoyed that part, because we're pushing the accelerator to the floor and moving ahead at full speed! Covered in this section will be: Burnishing D ...more
The "Oriental" knot uses the least amount of moves possible. It's the simplest knot there is. The knot is very popular among Chinese youths, hence it's name. The tie, which is placed inverted around the neck, is suitable with wool, and thick silk ties. The "Oriental" knot is ...more
This knot is identical to the "Four-in-hand", apart from the addition of another pass of the wide blade across the knot before ending. This gives a slightly larger knot. The video is to be viewed as if you were looking in a mirror. -
This knot belongs to a bygone race and is one of the last remaining examples of old tie knotting. The knot was called "Christensen" due to its 1917 publishing in a catalog on behalf of the Swedish tie-maker Amanda Christensen. Its secret is not explained in any of the manuals ...more
The "Four in hand" is the most well known and commonly worn knot in the western world. The "Four-in-hand" knot has its name from the drivers of the four-in-hand carriage in the mid-1800's, who tied their scarves and the reigns of their carriage with this knot. It is a small ...more