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How to Tie a St. Andrew Knot

St. Andrew Knot Tying Steps

  1. Begin with the wide end on your right and the seam facing out.
  2. Take the wide end under the narrow end to the left.
  3. Bring the wide end across the front of the narrow end to the right.
  4. Continue taking the wide end around the narrow end from behind and to the left.
  5. Take the wide end up and over the front of the knot.
  6. Bring it out from the neck loop to the right.
  7. Take the wide end across the front of the knot to the left. Use a finger to hold this band slightly open.
  8. Bring the wide end up and through the loop behind the knot.
  9. Pull the wide end through the loop made in Step 7.
  10. Tighten and adjust.

About the St. Andrew Knot

Saint Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, Barbados, Georgia, Ukraine, Russia, Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Patras, Burgundy, San Andrés (Tenerife), Amalfi, Luqa (Malta), fishermen, rope-makers, textile workers, singers, miners, pregnant women, butchers, and farm workers. This saint also protects against sore throats… which is interesting as the St. Andrew Knot bears his name and wraps around your neck where the throat is located. Mind blown!

The key to making a successful Saint Andrew Knot is not found in your connection to Barbados, but in making sure the wide end hangs significantly lower than the narrow end at the beginning. The finished St. Andrew Knot is slightly uneven. If you want symmetry, go for a Windsor Knot .

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