Phrase tie the knot originate from?
This actually goes back to medieval and Pagan rituals of marriage or traditions in some cultures where the brind and groom have a cord tied around their wrists during the ceremony to show that they are bound together for life from that point forward.
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Start with the wide end ("W") of your necktie on the right, extending about 12 inches below the narrow end ("N") on the left. . Then cross the wide end over the narrow end. .… Bring the wide end around and behind the narrow end. . Then bring the wide end up. . Pull the wide end through the loop and to the right. . Bring the wide end around front, over the narrow end from right to left. . Again, bring the wide end up and through the loop. . Then, bring the wide end down through the knot in front. . And -- using both hands -- tightens the knot carefully and draws it up to the collar.
There are hundreds of knots, however if you can tie a shoelace, you can tie a knot There are many types of knots and for many different purposes. The simpest knot is a half hi…tch, such as is shown used in Western movies to hitch their horse to a rail quickly. This simplest of knots, and buillding block for many others, is made by wrapping the rope around the rail with the hanging end being underneath the working part (the end going to the horse).
The Hanover Knot is tying from an inside out staring position and forms a relatively large tie knot. Step by step instructions are provided in the link below -
Start with a few basic sailor knots (below) then move on to some that are more elaborate.
I should start by saying that i do not tie this know at the neck rather down a bit at chest level where i can see it without a mirror, hence my preference for a very short thi…n-end starting point. I just found it easier when i began and now its a habit.. OK. Start with a small tail-end made of the thin-end of your chosen tie and begin by wrapping the fat-end around it clockwise, but before you go all the way around bring it up and through the V formed at the neck.. Pull the fat-end all the way through and wrap it around the right-hand part of the V formed at the neck, again in a clockwise direction, but this time go all the way around to the 'front' i.e. the starting position.. Now, from the front, feed the fat end down through the V formed at the neck and wrap it around the left-hand part of the V formed at the neck and bring back to the front.. You should now have a short stubby tail of the thin end and each of the sides of the V formed at the neck should have had the fat end wrapped around it once. At this point take a look at the wrapping and eliminate any folds or kinks as these will impair the tightening of the knot later.. To finish the knot; bring the fat end around to the back of your concoction and feed up through the V formed at the neck with the intent to thread it through the loop now formed at the front. Here i tend to gently pull the whole way through and re-check for folds etc before taking the fat end down through the loop and preparing to tighten.. It has to be said that you have done 90% of the work for no result whatever so far and it can all go wrong now because tightening up the knot is tricky and getting a result that you are happy with will only come with practice. So .... tighten-up from above and below the knot a little bit at a time checking and re-checking the fit of the relevant parts of the knot; simply pulling on the fat end will not achieve any kind of result; keep going until such time as it is tight enough to form a distinct V shape and will sit correctly when tightened-up to the collar after pulling the thin end downward as normal.. Congratulations! you have just tied my version of 'The Windsor Knot' popularised by the then Prince of Wales who went on to be King Edward VIII of Great Britain albeit not for very long!. Check out You Tube for videos of how to tie a tie properly; yes, there are several and some of the bow-tie tying efforts are hilarious.
Windsor Knot - hang tie over neck with the fat part on the right side, then right over left. then put right over left again, it should kind of like a cone. Put fat part of tie… through the cone between the front and second layer of the cone. Pull on small thin part of tie to tighten. This is a very visual activity, difficult to convey verbally (or in written form). See the link below for videos of four types of tie knots.
Windsor knot, also known as Full Windsor or mistakenly referred to as Double Windsor, is one of the four classic tie knots which are most well known in the world. Its best …to check out the video illustration to help you in learnin to tie the windsor knot - this is linked below -
because when you tie a knot you join two strings together and when you get married you join the person you are marrying
i don't know why are you asking me?
There are over 3,900 known knots, to date. A great book on this subject, researched for over 40 years, is 'Ashley's Book of Knots'(1944), by Clifford Warren Ashley.
First you put it through the needle hole and put the two sides evenly and you twist it over your finger and you slide your fingers like that as easy as pie..=D
You back-tack. To back-tack you just move your cloth backwards and you made you sturdy knot.
In Knot Tying & Ropework
There are a few knots that can be tied with one hand. One of the most useful knots for one hand is the slip knot. Lay the line down, reach under with your right hand, reach ov…er the line to your right, reach underneath and grab the line close to you, grab and pull back forming a loop enclosed by the hitch you formed from reaching. Place the loop over something - a slip knot. The Boy Scout's Lark's Head or cow hitch is easily made with one hand - With the line laying flat, reach underneath, grab both end with your hand and pull your hand back - the 2 half hitches formed should be slid over anything horizontal - this is a Lark's Head.
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I've wondered before if it's something to do with magnetic attraction caused by the current in the cable - but they do it when they're not plugged in so... I suggest using ca…ble ties (or sometimes a bit of elastic or string will work) to keep them in place when in use. If you're storing the cables coil them up.
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I don't believe there IS such thing as a Ball knot. Maybe you were referring to the Decorative knot "Monkey's Fist".
its simple all you gotta do is just get a piece of hair,thread it through and just keep on doing that........ it actually works
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What is the phrase that describes a complex problem possibly originating from India some type of knot?