Grantchester is a very large knot – similar to Windsor in thickness but slightly less in height. It is also notable for having the same odd shape as the four-in -hand. A large, thick and slightly asymmetrical tie knot, Grantchester Knot looks highly sophisticated. The key to wearing this knot is to stick with silk or other lightweight materials, as knits or wools look uncomfortably heavy. So in this case, you have to use a relatively thin necktie to keep it from getting too fast.
Instructions for tying the Grantchester knot are shown below. We believe that you are correct in the following
instructions. The figures below are mirror images. They are what you will see if you are standing in front of a mirror.
Tying Steps, View in One Image.
The Grantchester Knot Step-by-Step instruction.
Guys let’s start first step, Initially the wide end of the tie should be on your right side and the other end should be on your left side. Start at 10-12 cm (4-5 in) lower than your planned finishing position.
Remark : that the tie must start from the inside.
Second step, Bring the wide end under the narrow end on the left.
Third step, Move the wide end to the right in front of the narrow end.
Fourth step, Take the wide end behind the narrow end to the left.
Fifth step, Wrap it right in front of you. Use a finger to hold the band in place.
Sixth step, Bring the wide end under the neck loop from the right.
Seventh step, Move the wide end down in front of the left.
Eighth step, Take it around the narrow end from behind to the right.
Ninth step, Wrap the wide end around the front of the knot to the left. Use a finger to hold the band.
Tenth step, Take the wide end through the neck loop from the back and down through the band formed in step 9
Eleventh step, Take it around the narrow end from behind to the right.