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This time , I've got another Rose Bud knot for you .
And this time it's invented by a guy named Jack Robertson and you can check out his youtube channel for the original video if you like , but I'm gonna show you how to do this Rose Bud Knot right now .
So this is a little end knot .
It's tied with a little end .
So it's the long end .
The big end is uh just a little bit above my belt line .
So when it's done , it's gonna fall exactly at my belt line .
All right .
So taking the big end , we're gonna put a dimple in there and bring it to the middle .
This is pretty much gonna be tided like a Windsor knot , but with the little end , so I'm going to move speed along through this part and uh explain it as I go .
So , taking the little end cross over the front of your neck tie , feed it up through the back of your neck hole and across .
So taking it from here , we're gonna take the little end around the back and feed it up through your , up to the front of your neck hole and across again , crossing the front like , so I wanna put my finger in here .
You could either , you could either do it all the way up and then feed it through .
I'm just gonna leave my finger in here so I can feed my little end through that little hole .
So taking a little end up through the back of your neck hole .
And now where your finger is , I'm going to pinch it with my thumb and forefinger and now I sort of have a reversed .
Well , I have a Windsor knot with a little end .
So then from here , this is where the rose bud part comes in .
So you're gonna fold your neck tie in half like so , and you're gonna feed it up through the front of your neck hole and back down .
So you can see my seam , you could see sort of , it's not even .
So I want to just fix that with my thumb and bring that over here .
So the back is gonna cross this way and I'd like to tighten this part up just a little bit and then , um with the little end , keeping it folded , I'm gonna bring it underneath the whole knot and then feed it up through the back of my neck hole on this side , even though it's gonna wrap all the way around .
So now , now , now , now that I have it behind my , uh , my knot , I bring it all the way back around .
I don't want to cover up this first end .
There we go .
And we're gonna do the same thing across the front and then we're gonna tuck it in behind our , our uh color here and wrap it around this end .
So holding onto your knot , pull on the big end , we can cinch it up at this point .
You could flare , you can flare up a little bit of an opening .
If you want , you can open these up a tiny bit .
You have to see how you like to have that .
All right , pull your color down and you're done .
That's how you do the rose .
But knock .
That is how the Rosebud knock is done .
Thank you very much Jack Robertson for inventing that and sharing that with everyone so I could learn it .
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Uh Thank you so much for watching .
I have so many more coming for you guys .
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