Shoelaces / Schnürsenkel

Ian’s Shoelace Site

Note the video clip of the Ian Knot on the FAQ page. I had to think a long time before I could distinguish it from the Standard Shoelace Knot. In fact the end result is the same, except that the Ian Knot starts with a first knot, which must slow things down.

(Via Lifehacker)

5 thoughts on “Shoelaces / Schnürsenkel

  1. At my first school in England, I was the only one in the class who could tell the time and tie his shoelaces (Straight (European)). Unfortunately I rested on my laurels and never learnt to stop dribbling.

  2. “At last, an interesting topic!”

    No—at last a topic so simple that I can make an informed comment.

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