How To Tie A Zelda Triforce Knot


The Zelda Triforce knot is an intricate style that somehow resembles both the Atlantic knot and the Eldredge knot.

The Zelda Triforce knot is an intricate style that somehow resembles both the Atlantic knot and the Eldredge knot. Let’s take you step by step on how to tie the Zelda Triforce knot so you can flaunt around in style. 

Step-1 Drape your necktie around the collar such that the wide end hangs on the left side and the narrow end on the right side. The narrow end shall be placed at the level of mid thigh while the wide end would lie somewhere near the belly button. 

Step-2 Create a dimple in the wide end by pinching it and cross it to the right side from underneath the narrow end.

Step-3 Wrap the narrow end around the back of the wide end, bringing it from left to the right side. 

Step-4 Keep the necktie knot really tight with one hand and feed the narrow end up through the front of the collar loop on the right side. Bring it back down on the same side.

Step-5 Cross over the narrow end to the left side from behind the forming knot.

Step-6 Bring the narrow end from left to right side from the front of the knot.

Step-7 Feed it up through the back of the knot and bring it down from the center region. This would make the narrow end lie on top of the wide end with the seam facing inward.

Step-8 Cross the narrow end to the left side and wrap it around the back of the knot such that the narrow end emerges from the right side.

Step-9 Feed the narrow end up through the top of the knot and back down on the same side. 

Step-10 Cross the narrow end over to the left side.

Step-11 Create a front pass by passing the narrow end from the front of the knot.

Step-12 Feed the narrow end up through the back of the knot and bring it down on the left side.

Step-13 Bring the narrow end at the back of the knot and make it emerge from the right side.

Step-14 Feed it back through the top of the necktie knot to make it emerge from the opposite side. This will give rise to an inverted triangle and this is why it’s called an inverted knot.

Step-15 Make another front pass, this time at the bottom of the knot, by passing the narrow end to the right side from the front of the knot.

Step-16 Conceal the remaining narrow end behind the knot.

Step-17 Pull on the wide end to tighten the knot and bring it in close proximity with the center of the collar. 

Congratulations! You’re perfectly done with this elegant knot. Practicing a few times would help you get an idea about adjusting the length of the fabric. Good luck trying.

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