DIY Tie Knot Tutorial

DIY Tie Knot Tutorial Free App

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About DIY Tie Knot Tutorial

Many people would agree that making a tie is a big problem because we use them quite rarely. The best new app How To Tie A Knot Tie Deluxe 1 (First Edition) is a real life-saver for you if you don’t know how to Tie a knot ties. If you don’t have much practice in making tie knots, start with making the simplest tie knots like Balthus Knot, Simple Or The Four In Hand Knot.

the instructions are animated Step By Step! Just watch the animation and copy every move. You may repeat the animation of each step to make sure you’ve done no mistake, and short text tips will be helpful if something still unclear for you. 12 essential tie knots will always be at hand in your mobile and also tablet device, and you will look stylish in any situation, Dress to impress!

A list of available knots :

— Balthus knot
— Bow tie knot
— Eldredge knot
— Four-in-Hand Knot
— Half Windsor knot
— Kalvin knot
— Murrell knot
— Pratt knot
— Prince Albert knot
— Simple knot
— Trinity knot
— Van Wijk knot
— Windsor knot

The need for tying a tie may surprise you, when you will not expected it. Your phone is always with you - therefore we recommended install this application and save for the future - you will see, I'm sure come in handy and will save you out of trouble !

How to Tying a Tie, is an application that is useful for every guy. With clear instructions and application shown in the graphics, you smoothly and elegantly tie a tie. Tying a Tie will never be a problem anymore, and never will not surprise you.

Well-tied tie is a symbol of elegant and handsome guy. Therefore, if you want to appeal to girls to impress women or be noticed in the company - be sure to elegantly tied tie!
If at important meeting or event you want to look attractive and be really sexy, you absolutely need a well-tied tie :)

There are many ways to tie a tie. Our app includes the most popular knots: the Half-Windsor, the Windsor, the Pratt knot and the Four-in-Hand knot. The clear visual instructions will guide you step by step in how to tie every kind of knot:

The Windsor not is a British type of knot, used for special occasions. It’s name originated from Prince Windsor, who made is popular.

The Half-Windsor knot is similar to the Windsor knot, but is lighter and easier to make. It’s an elegant knot with a triangular shape.

The Pratt knot is also known as the Shelby knot, the Reversed Half-Windsor knot, the American knot, or the Classical American knot. This knot, popular in the United States, fits perfectly the American lifestyle, and is easier to tie than the Windsor knot.

The Four-in-Hand known, also known as the Simple knot or the “number four knot”, is pretty easy to tie and matches almost any collar style.

Tie is accessory of men cloth, usually tie used by men with a suit and perlente style.
Necktie or simply tie is a long piece of cloth worn for decorative purposes around the neck, resting under the shirt collar and knotted at the throat. Variants include the ascot tie, bow tie, bolo tie, zipper tie, cravat and clip-on tie. The modern necktie, ascot, and bow tie are descended from the cravat. Neck ties are generally unsized, but may be available in a longer size. Men and boys wear neckties as part of regular office attire or formal wear. Some women wear them as well but usually not as often as men. Neckties can also be worn as part of a uniform (e.g. military, school and waitstaff), whereas some choose to wear them as everyday clothing attire.

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