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Today we're gonna be learning two things .
How to tie half wins or not .
But more specifically , how do you get that little dimple in the bottom of it To mark you out as someone that really knows what they're doing ?
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But first of all , we've got to get on with it , and the first thing we're gonna need to do is to get this tie undone and get a bit closer up .
So the key thing about this knot is that the thin end is going to be quite short and the thick end is gonna be quite long .
Cross the thick end over the fin squeeze the middle and bring the tie behind .
Then you're gonna tuck that through the middle and they will hang directly behind the knot , effectively back to front .
Then you're gonna take it to the opposite side , wrap it around the front , and that's going to create the front of the knot , and then we're gonna tuck it from behind through the middle , and then you're gonna tuck it through that just that single loop in the front , and then your tie is gonna look something like this .
But there's to get that dimple .
There's a bit of a way to go , So I'm gonna bring it in a little bit closer because your tie knots gonna look something like this .
Give it a little pull to start getting that knot slightly tighter .
The key to this will to be have the bottom of the knot to be quite tight .
And the way that you achieve that is you slide the knot down that little the heart , the centre and heart of the knot that you've made Then before you're finally tightening it up , you want to push your finger into the middle , you can loosen that bottom of the knot so that it's easier push in the middle and then create that effectively , artificially creating this dimple .
So you push it in in the middle .
I appreciate this is difficult because I've got to use my hands in front of the camera , squeeze it together and then again pull the knot down over that and squeeze the bottom of the knot and you see , that's gonna that's gonna put that dimple in there .
And as you hold that and tighten the knot , that dimple will stay within the knot .
And that's how you get that perfect dimple within the knot .
I hope you have managed it .
It is a tricky thing to do , so it will take some practise .
I know there'll be a few comments of people saying you can't do it , but it is literally a matter of practise .
I have done it with a printed tie here , and that is going to be the most difficult tie that you can do it with .
If you want to make it slightly easier , then use a woven silk or a knitted tie because the there will be a bit more traction on the fabric and that will allow it to create a dimple .
It will also be a likely thicker material which will allow it to to do it , uh , slightly better .
But I want to do it on this tie just to prove that you can do it with anything .
Hope it was useful if it was .
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