We've all been wearing shoes for a significant part of our lives. From rubber shoes to leather shoes to boat shoes, we've been addicted to them. They are comfortable, stylish, and even necessary in this day and age.
One essential part of some shoes are the shoelaces. They can be colorful, quirky, or looking professional. But even if you have nice shoes and shoelaces, that does not matter much if you keep tripping because of the way you tie your shoelaces. Here is an alternative way of tying your shoelaces. Just try them.
Here is a calm reminder that you may have been mistakenly tying your shoes all your life.
This is the Around the Tree style, and it's what you probably do.
This is the Bunny Ears style. This is what I actually do and it is characterized by making those loops to create bunny ears at the end.
This is it, folks. This is what you should be trying to do from now on.
To do the Ian Knot, you should make one loop that goes on top. Not below, not on the side. On top.
Now make another loop, but this time place it underneath.
Now, just as you would do with the other styles, you join the two loops together.
So, ditch the Bunny Ears and the Round The Tree Style. From now on, you'll be loving the Ian Knot.
Now go grab your shoes and test your skills!