Begin by threading your lace into the second eyelet from the top on the right hand side (with the shoe toe facing you, as pictured above).
Bring the lace over to the right hand side and feed it down into the fourth eyelet from the top on that side, to create a second bar like effect.
Take the lace and bring it up and through the very bottom eyelet on the right hand side as pictured above. Make sure it’s coming up through the eyelet from underneath.
Next bring the lace over to the fourth eyelet from the top on the right hand side and feed it into it from above. If done correctly.
Then bring the lace over then under the arms of the star pattern, to match mine as pictured above. Take time to pause here and ensure the pattern looks correct.
Bring the lace underneath the entire pattern, as I have done in the above image. Make sure it sits underneath the star and feeds out to the very top of the shoe tongue.
Bring it across and down into the very top eyelet on the right hand side as pictured above. This should create a nice crisp bar like effect and finish of the pattern in a neat way.
Once you have followed all of the above steps, repeat them on your other shoe. Your final result should look like the below.