How to Tie a Balthus Knot
Explan : About this knot history . The Balthus knot was invented in the 1930s by Balthus (Balthasar Klossowski), a Polish-French modern artist. Balthus knot neckties are as large as knots ( biggest than Windsor). When properly executed, the resulting knot is a broad and conical in shape. Due to the wide cover being wrapped around the short end, the finished tie will be very short when completed. With trying this artistic knot.
In this simple, step by step tutorial we will show you how to tie a Balthus knot. Graphic photo instructions in your favorite place.
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The Balthus Knot Step-by-Step instruction.
Guys let’s start first step, Start with the seam of your tie forward with the wide end on the right and the narrow end on the left.
Second step, The wide end under the short end on the left.
Third step, Up to the center, towards the neck loop.
Fourth step, Through the neck loop and down to the right.
Fifth step, Up to the center, towards the neck loop.
Sixth step, Through the neck loop and down to the left.
Seventh step, Up to the center, towards the neck loop.
Eighth step, Through the neck loop and down to the right.
Ninth step, Across the front of the small end to the left.
Tenth step, Up into the neck loop from underneath.
Eleventh step, Down through the loop you’ve just made in the front.
Twelfth step, Pull down on the wide end to tighten. Slide the knot to adjust.