How to Tie a Christensen Knot
Actually, most tie knots look very similar to each other. Usually, it is only the shape of the knot, and its symmetry that separates one from the other. But there is actually a knot that will stand out in many more ways than size and proportions. I am talking about the so-called “Christenson”. It is considered an “expert” knot. It would be perfect if you are looking for a completely new way to tie and wear your necktie. When tied with a normal width tie (approx 3 – 3.5 inches in width), Christenson will stand out due to its large size, and when tied with a thin tie (2.25 to 2.75 inches in width) due to the cross. Will stand out – tie on the knot. Here are detailed instructions that will help you master one of the most difficult, and also the unique ways to tie your necktie
In simple & easy, step by step tutorial we will show you how to tie a Christensen Knot. Graphic photo instructions in your favorite place.
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The christensen knot Step-by-Step instruction.
Guys let’s start first step, Start at the wide end on the right.
Second step, Bring the wide end over the narrow end to the left.
Third step, Take the wide end around behind the narrow end horizontally from left to right.
Fourth step, Take the wide end up in front of the neck loop.
Fifth step, Pull the wide end behind the loop of the neck, emerging to the left of the narrow end.
Sixth step, Take the wide end in front of the horizontal and diagonal bands created in the previous step. Hold a finger under this new crossing.
Seventh step, Take the wide end around the knot from left to right behind. At the top of the horizontal fold, you created in the previous step, bring the wide end to the front. Close both bands with the finger.
Eighth step, Take the wide end behind the loop of the neck.
Ninth step, Tuck the wider end behind both horizontal bands and pull through.
Tenth step, Hold the knot with one hand and pull it gently at the narrow end. Use your finger to carefully draw the diagonal layers until the shape is clear.