[Video] How to tie a Windsor Knot

by Violet Blue on August 6, 2012

These are two very helpful videos. How to tie a Windsor Knot and History of the Windsor Knot seem to have been pilots for a site that never launched. Shame, that…

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1 smiles August 7, 2012 at 7:12 am


For those that like Tie’s and knots here are some more of those kinds of vids
This one is my fave for the kiss. It makes me smile.

More knots

Alexander Olch — Knot Yourself

Oh just in case , If the mighty VioletBlue reads Thank you very much for your podcasts
over the years. Im dyslexic and your podcasts reminded me its worth reading for fun.
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2 none August 6, 2012 at 9:30 am

I found her online, it doesn’t seem that she’s doing other salivating-level work :(

3 Jason Riedy August 6, 2012 at 5:12 am

Yes, please. Bow-tie next?

(Except they forgot step zero: choose an appropriate tie. If the fabric is too thick / heavy, the knot will be huge and overly dominate the tie. If you want a symmetric knot with heavier fabric, go for a half-Windsor. Or if the tie’s too short… The Windsor takes quite a bit of length.)

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