Ian's Secure Knot Videos
Ian's Secure Shoelace Knot tutorial
Detailed tutorial video (about five minutes) showing the Ian's Secure Shoelace Knot and demonstrating how effective it is on some slippery shoelaces.
Ian's Secure Knot for sweatpants
Another detailed tutorial video (also about five minutes) showing my “Ian's Secure Shoelace Knot” adapted to suit the continuous loop drawstrings that sometimes come on sweatpants (or “tracky daks”, as we call them here in Australia).
“Ian's Secure Shoelace Knot” should be a tight, closed knot with a symmetrical
double wrap around the middle, as compared to the single wrap of simpler shoelace knots.
NOTE: If your finished knot looks uneven or twisted, it may easily be “worked” into a neat result as follows: Pull on the loose ends slightly as though untying the laces. This will bring the outer wraps of the knot together. Then, pull on the loops once again to re-tighten the knot, which will neaten up the inner parts.
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