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How to Tie a Trinity Knot

Trinity Knot Tying Steps

  1. Begin with the wide end on your left. Its tip should sit at the top of your belt buckle.
  2. Take the narrow end over the wide end to the left.
  3. Bring it up into the neck loop from underneath.
  4. Take it over and down to the left.
  5. Bring it around behind the wide end to the right.
  6. Take it up the center through the neck loop and down to the left.
  7. Take it across the wide end to the right and into the neck loop from underneath.
  8. Bring it down through the loop created in Step 7. Keep it loose.
  9. Take the narrow end around behind the wide end to the right.
  10. Bring it across the front and through the loop created in Step 9.
  11. Gently tighten and tuck the remainder of the narrow end behind the neck loop.
  12. Adjust as necessary.

About the Trinity Knot

Hope you’ve got a minute because the Trinity Knot is not an easy one to master in a few short minutes. It’s similar to the Eldredge Knot and is as much a statement maker as it is a complex to make.

The knot is named for its resemblance to the Celtic Triquetra knot. Christianity adopted the symbol and connected its meaning to the Holy Trinity.

The Trinity Knot (also known as the Irish Love Knot) must be tied a bit loose and tightened at the end. It’s also imperative that the wide end is positioned exactly where you want it to finish. This is because it won’t be moved during the tying process.

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