My friend, Fernando, amazed me once by tying his shoes in front of me. He grabbed a lace in each hand, and in a deft split second, the shoes were tied. It was like watching David Copperfield do one of those rubberband illusions on television.Ian Fieggen, a knot and lacing enthusiast, has published the instructions for everyone to enjoy—complete with video and diagrams.
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