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Hannah Miller Journal #4 Garriga January 25, 2010 How to tie a tie This task may seem easy to many people: men who work in a professional field, dads, guys to who have been to temple or church, or anyone with a prior knowledge of actually having to tie a tie. I choose the write about this topic because as I was thinking about what I would like to no I came across a prom picture of me and my boyfriend and in it I stared at his purple colored tie. It seemed interesting so here we go… The Four-In-Hand knot is one of the most popular ways to tie a tie and in and simple 6 steps your entire tie life can be
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Unformatted text preview: changed. First you will start with the wide end on your right. Extend it about 12" below the narrow end proceeding to cross the wide end over the narrow, and back underneath. After you have that down the next steps are to bring the wide end around passing it across the front of the narrow and pass the wide end up through the loop. Lastly your going to finish off by holding the knot loosely and pass the wide end down through the loop in front and then hold the narrow end of the tie and slide the knot up snug...
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