How to Tie an Atlantic Knot

The Atlantic Knot is a unique, unusual tie knot that differs from all other common tie knots. The Atlantic Knot is a reversed version of the Pratt Knot, therefore results in an opposite knot, that shows the knot structure which is usually hidden at the back. This tying method also differs from other tying methods by its being tied by moving the narrow end, and not the wide end, as in all other tying methods. The Atlantic knot forms a very unique and exotic look, which will stand out among other, ‘regular’ tying methods. The Atlantic knot is considered a relatively difficult to tie knot, and requires some practice to get it look good.

Atlantic Knot Instructions

Atlantic Knot Step 1

Place the tie on your neck so the narrow end of the tie will be to the right and the wide end to the left. Place the tie so the narrow end will be a little longer than the wide end.

Atlantic Knot Step 2

Bring the narrow end of the tie across the wide end, over it, to the left.

Atlantic Knot Step 3

Loop the narrow end around the necktie loop around your neck. First pass the narrow end upwards, inside the tie loop around your neck, then pull it back down, outside of the loop to the left.

Atlantic Knot Step 4

Pass the narrow end across the wide end, underneath it, the right.

Atlantic Knot Step 5

Bring the narrow end of the tie upwards, above the necktie loop around your neck.

Atlantic Knot Step 6

Pass the narrow end through the loop which created in step 4 by the narrow end behind the knot. Finally, tighten the tie around your neck by holding the knot and pulling the wide end.

Congratulations!

You successfully tied your tie using the Atlantic Knot tying method! Keep practicing the Atlantic Knot to get it memorized and tie it a lot faster and accurate.
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