This tie knot looks unusual and original. It is also called the Cross knot, as it seems to be tied upside down. It differs from other knots by the fact that the narrow end of the tie is the leading end here. This tie knot is not intended for official events, and it is not suitable for the office. You’d better tie the Atlantic knot for any recreational activities, such as visiting a festive event, having a rest or after working hours. This knot can be used both by men and women.
The Atlantic tie knot is tied up in many ways: it can be tied with a cross line in the middle of it, or you can tie the knot leaving it round on both sides. The second option looks more accurate. In order to tie the Atlantic knot, you’ll require manual dexterity and skill. It is also important to choose the right place to tie the knot, or you will run out of the tie length or the tie knot will be too thick. Best of all it is suited for ties made of plain thin and flexible material.
1. Cross the wide end of the tie under the narrow end.
2. Pull the narrow end of the tie up from the inside through the center.
3. Now bring the narrow end back down to the left.
4. Pull the wide end under the narrow end.
5. Bring the narrow end up.
6. Pass the narrow end through the middle.
7. Bring the narrow end down, tighten and arrange the tie knot. The knot is ready.