Two Loop Knot Videos

Two Loop Shoelace Knot diagram

Also known as the “Bunny Ears” shoelace knot (due to its two loops) or as the “Bowknot”. Make a loop with both ends, then simply tie a knot with them. It's often tied incorrectly, resulting in an un-balanced Granny Knot.

Two Loop Shoelace Knot Video

Tutorial video showing how to tie the Two Loop Shoelace Knot correctly to produce a “balanced” knot that sits straight and stays secure.

One Loop Knot vs Two Loop Knot Video

Compares two common shoelace tying techniques to settle once and for all that neither is inferior and neither should be considered the “kiddies” version.

Finished Knot

Finished Two Loop Shoelace Knot

If tied correctly, the finished Two Loop Shoelace Knot is identical to either the Standard Shoelace Knot or my own Ian Knot, the World's Fastest Shoelace Knot.

NOTE: If your finished knot comes out crooked, it's probably because you tie your Starting Knot the opposite way to mine. This will result in an un-balanced “Granny Knot”, which both sits crooked and comes undone more easily. See my Granny Knot page for more information.

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