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I'm Patrick Novotney .
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This time , I've got one that I've learned from a guy that uh his name is Charlie Trung and it's called the in Trinity Knot .
Here it is .
And I want to show you how to do it right now .
Starting off , throw it over your neck and you're gonna be tying it with the little end .
If you don't have an extra long tie , this is going to be uh very difficult not to finish without the big end and uh ending up being really short to accomplish that .
So let's get started .
All right .
So taking the big end , we're gonna make our dimple pinch it , bring it towards the middle , take our little end , overlap the front , cross over the front and now you're gonna feed that up and through the back of your neck , tie knot and across like , so this part I want to keep tight and , uh , taking the little end , we're gonna wrap it around the back and if or not , this is all tight .
Now , this is where we can relax a little bit .
I'm gonna bring it across the front , but I want it to sit up high a little bit .
So it's not like dragging down here .
I want it to be on , on that knot still and I'm gonna keep that in place with my finger .
All right .
Taking the little end up and through the back , this part's gonna be snug , but enough that you can still loosen it , I wanna keep that knot together .
Now , we're gonna untuck this just a tiny bit .
This loop feed our long end through that loop .
You can pull it straight down and now pulling it across from which it came .
Now , you can tighten up this bottom loop that'll loosen up the top loop that you got here .
And now taking the little end , we're gonna bring it around the back like so , so that would have made this one hopefully loose enough that we can feed this little end up and through that loop .
If I can reach through there .
There we go .
So here's your Trinity knot kind of done with a shortcut still works .
Now , this is gonna be your best chance to shape it if you have any creases in it .
This is the part where you can work them out if you tighten it too tight .
I find that you'll get more creases .
So keeping a little bit of , uh , you know , if it's firm but not tight .
All right .
So I pulled my necktie through the top loop .
Now it's hanging down below .
I wanna fold this in half so that the edges are facing inwards .
So I'm folding this , this necktie in half .
It's gonna be folded in half for the rest of the way it's gonna cross over the front .
So the single , the smooth side will be facing down , the open side will be facing in towards your Trinity knot .
And I'm gonna keep my finger here for the moment .
So I have my sort of loop and it kind of helps keep this fold together from falling apart .
Now , I'm gonna feed this fold with my thumb up and through the back of my necktie , my neck hole here .
And now I can easily fit it down through that loop where I had my thumb .
So this kind of takes some maneuvering around the , the back end of the knot .
I'm gonna push this loop over from the back .
I mean , I don't wanna pull it over this way .
I wanna be able to maneuver it from the back side .
So this is still all kind of loose .
I can take this little end .
You could see them running out of length here already .
And now I can start tightening this up a little bit because I want the front end , this front loop across here , tight .
So I'm gonna pull up here with my thumbs and then I can just pull it down snug because I still have to feed this little end through the top here .
So it's going to create our triangle .
And now it's just an adjusting if you have any excess , you tuck it under your collar .
But if you have just a little bit , make sure to pull here with your thumb and forefinger , so you can tighten down this knot .
Now , of course , it's not perfect as is .
So you can adjust it to show that Trinity knot in the middle .
You know , I'm just kind of pulling and pushing at this point until I get sort of what I like .
And I , what I'm doing at the very end , I end up tying knots .
I end up going out like this a little bit .
In this case , you wanna , you want the top of the knot to sort of lean out .
So with my thumbs , I'm pushing them out .
Now , if I grab the entire knot with one hand , grab the big end , I could pull on it and cinch it up to my neck , this will sort of help keep might not in place the way I want it .
There we go in Trinity knot .
So that's how you do the in Trinity knot .
Thank you very much for Charlie Chung for inventing that and thank you guys for watching .
I'm Patrick Novotni .
It's my youtube channel .
I'm doing how to videos on every single way of tying a neck tie and bringing that to you .
If that's the kind of thing you're looking for , then please subscribe and thank you so much for watching .