"It's Just Like Tying Your Shoes"
2. Form a bow with the navy end as shown.
3. Bring yellow end over navy bow.
4. Form a bow with the yellow end as shown.
5. Bring double sided yellow end under and through opening behind navy bow.
6. Adjust doubled and single ends to desired shape. Remember, a proper bow tie never looks too neat, so make sure yours show individuality.
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