Let the left side hang at least 2", probably more, lower than the right side. Â Wrap it around the thin part of right side one, then fold it in half and hold it in that position with your left hand. Â Using your right hand, bring the right side's thin part up over the front of the folded wings of the left side so that it bisects them. Â Wrap it tightly around those folded wings of the left side. Now, this is the hard part. Â Using your right thumb, push open a small hole in the thin part of the right side that just made the loop, behind the folded wings of the left side, then slowly use that thumb to work the middle of the right wing through that hole. Â Don't worry about how it looks yet. Â Once you can see both the top and bottom edge of the right fold, stop pushing with your right thumb, take that right fold with your left hand and pull gently until you feel the knot start to become snug. Â Don't pull it tight. Â Keep it loose so that you can make adjustments with both hands. Â Typically, the left side wing -- the first one you folded -- will look OK, but the right side one will be way out of balance. Â Work both wings until the folds (front side v. back side of each wing) are more or less even. Â Give the knot one final tug -- equal pressure on each side -- so that the knot is secure but not tight. It's easier than it sounds.