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Eldredge Knot, How to tie a tie step by step guide

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Eldredge Knot – How to tie a tie

Eldredge Knot: The knot is asymmetrical and has four diagonal bands and one horizontal band on finishing. It requires a widespread collar because of its asymmetry shape. This is mostly used to wear on casual and social occasions. If you are worried about how to tie a tie, follow the below steps to learn how to tie an Eldredge knot.

  1. Drape the necktie around your collar
  2. Make an X-shape
  3. Wrap the thin end around the knot
  4. Tuck the thin end into the collar loop
  5. Make a horizontal band
  6. Make a downward diagonal on the right side of the knot
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  7. Make an upward diagonal on the left side of the knot
  8. Pull tightly
  9. Make a loop on the right side of the knot
  10. Tuck the thin end into the collar loop
  11. Tuck the thin end into the newly created loop in front of the knot
  12. Tightly pull the thin end
  13. Tuck the thin end out of sight

Eldredge Knot

  1. Drape the necktie around your collar

Drape the necktie around your collar3

Drape the necktie around your collar in such a way that the seam should be facing upward and the thick end of the tie should be on your right side exactly at the final position of the tie after completion.

 

  1. Make an X-shape

Make an X-shape3

To form an X-shape, cross the thin end of the tie in front of the thick end, horizontally near to the collar.

 

  1. Wrap the thin end around the knot

Wrap the thin end around the knot

Wrap the thin end from right to left behind the knot and flip up to the collar loop, from the right side in front of the knot.

 

  1. Tuck the thin end into the collar loop

 

Tuck the thin end into the collar loop2Tuck the thin end into the collar loop and bring it down from the right side behind the knot.

 

  1. Make a horizontal band

Make a horizontal band2

Bring the thin end from right to left in front of the knot, making a horizontal band, and flip upward from behind the knot.

 

  1. Make a downward diagonal on the right side of the knot

Make a downward diagonal on right side of the knot

Bring the thin end down through the collar loop making a diagonal from left to right downward.

 

  1. Make an upward diagonal on the left side of the knot

Make an upward diagonal on left side of the knot

Bring the thin end left side from behind the knot and flip upward. Tuck the thin end into the right side diagonal.

 

  1. Pull tightly

Pull tightly

Pull the thin end coming out from the diagonal tightly.

 

  1. Make a loop on the right side of the knot

Make a loop on right side of the knot

Bring the thin end straight upward into the collar and then straight down to the right side, making a loop on the right side of the knot.

 

  1. Tuck the thin end into the collar loop

Tuck the thin end into the collar loop3

Tuck the thick end into the loop around your collar.

 

  1. Tuck the thin end into the newly created loop in front of the knot

Tuck the thin end into the newly created loop in front of the knot

Bring the thin end down to the left side beneath the collar loop and tuck it up through the loop you just created.

 

  1. Tightly pull the thin end

Tightly pull the thin end

Pull the thin end tightly and flip over the top of the collar loop.

 

  1. Tuck the thin end out of sight

Tuck the thin end out of sight

Tuck the thin end out of sight, behind the thick end. Or you may slide it under the collar loop.

 

Different Styles of Tie Knot:

How to tie a tie basic knot

Four in Hand Knot

Half Windsor knot

Full Windsor Knot

Balthus Knot

Bow Tie Knot

Cafe Knot Tie

Christensen Tie Knot

Eldredge Knot

Grantchester Knot Tie

Hanover Knot

Kelvin Knot

Nicky Knot

Plattsburgh Knot

Pratt Knot

St Andrews Knot

Trinity Knot

Victoria Knot

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