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Small knot

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The small knot is the simplest method of tying a man's necktie. It is also known as the Oriental and the simple knot, though some claim the simple knot is an alternate name for the four-in-hand knot). The small knot is not very well-known despite its simplicity. One of the reasons may be the fact that the small knot is not self-releasing, and may annoy people accustomed to four-in-hand and Windsor knots who pull at the tie to untangle the knot.

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