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Arksey Tie Knot Variation by Sharksey Arksey Tie Knot Variation by Sharksey
So, this is a tie knot variation idea that I came up with. I imagine it could be done with any tie knot though I am using a Plattsburgh knot here. All it really is is taking the skinny end of the tie, bring it up through the neck, sliding it through the inside of the knot, then bringing it up across the knot. As for the name of the variation. Well, Ornassis has his variation on the four in hand and Ediety has his own knot named after him, though everyone calls it the matrix knot or merovingian knot. I figured I would indulge myself and just name this variation after me. And why not right? Maybe it'll catch on and people can mispronounce my name worldwide. Or maybe it'll just sit here, who can say?
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claudusu Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013
so long I haven't used deviantART, and look what I found!
This is masterpiece - tell me please - is this some combination of tie knot like this one?

www.thegoldenstyle.com/2013/05…

I love 'tie-a-tie' and I was looking for sth rlly special for wedding of my friend. We have simple clothes and want to have some nice and original accessories, this would be great. Have some time to make a short tutorial?
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dmizer Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
I actually reactivated my long dead deviant art account just to post this message. I don't know how I found this or what kind of search I did but I thank you for posting this. I've never seen anything quite like this knot, but with the above instructions I was able to recreate it, and the reactions were overwhelmingly positive. Well done.

In order to create this knot, you must use a knot that starts with the tie inverted, like the Plattsburgh. Otherwise the seam of the small end shows in the final product.

Anyway, just wanted to say thanks and let you know that I've linked to this page to give you credit for the knot.
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leonardo019 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2012
AMAZING!!, would you make a tutorial for this?, i mean is completely AWESOMEĦ
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