How to Tie a Tie Mr. Loscos Sylmar High School BTE Academy
Put the tie round your neck with the wide end on the right. The wide end should be twice as long as the narrow end.
Bring the wide end across the front of the narrow end. Bring it back up and through the loop.
Bring this wide end round again — down to the left, across behind the hanging narrow end, up to the right and back through the loop.
Wrap the wide side from right to left across the front of the knot. Bring it up through the back of the loop.
Thread this wide end down through the knot. Pull on the neck to tighten the triangle.
Pull the narrow end (left side) out of the knot. Then pull down on the wide end. If your tie is well tied, this should be sufficient to undo it!
B: key verbs of tying a tie • Cross over & cross underneath … • Pass/bring it over … • Pass/bringit across the front of… • Pass/bring it across behind … • Wrap it from right to left across the front of … • Pass/bring it up through (the back of )the loop • Hold the loop open with your left finger • Tuck the loop through with your index finger of your right hand • Pass it down through the knot / pull the material down through the knot / thread it down through the knot • Adjust the shape • Bring it uptight by sliding the knot snug