How to Tie Knots

How to Tie Knots
KNOTS
Balthus Knot
Balthus Knot
Windsor Knot
Windsor Knot
Van Wijk Knot
Van Wijk Knot
Trinity Knot
Trinity Knot
Simple Knot
Simple Knot
Prince Albert Knot
Prince Albert Knot
Murrell Knot
Murrell Knot
Kelvin Knot
Kelvin Knot
Four in Hand Knot
Four in Hand Knot
Eldredge Knot
Eldredge Knot
Bow Tie Knot
Bow Tie Knot
 
 

Choosing the Right Knot for the Job.  Not all knots are created equal.  Size, symmetry and shape can vary from knot to knot. Thick ties often need the use of smaller knots like the Four-in-Hand or the Simple knot. Thin ties generally benefit from larger knots like the Pratt or Windsor. Every knot has a distinct character. Take a look at these step-by-step diagrams on how to tie these interesting knots. ( All diagrams provided by Ties.com)