Victoria Knot (How to tie a tie) - this knot is identical to the "Four-in-hand", apart from the addition of another pass of the wide blade across the knot before ending. This gives a slightly larger knot.
Kelvin Knot (How to tie a tie) - this beautiful and original tie knot is prominent for its density and symmetry. It was named after the famous mathematician and physicist Lord Kelvin who developed the knot theory regarding atoms.
Trinity Knot (How to tie a tie) - everyone’s favorite knot, the Trinity. It is named after, and based on, the trinity knot from Celtic culture. It also has some holy-trinity connotations. The knot is triangular and has symmetry.
‘How to Tie a Tie’ Part - Eldredge Tie Knot Other in the series : Four in Hand Knot // Half Windsor Knot // Full Windsor Knot // Nicky Knot // Bow Tie // Kelvin Knot // Oriental Knot // Pratt Knot // St.
Half-Windsor Knot (How to tie a tie) - a modest version of the Windsor Knot, is a symmetrical and triangular tie knot that you can use with any dress shirt. It works best with somewhat wider neckties made from light to medium fabrics.