Ram, The method shown by Diaz is ridiculous and unnecessary. If the holes in the pegs are right size, then simply pull the strings through leaving enough slack (not much required) to get 3 to 5 wraps on the peg. Then simply tune up making sure the wraps stay tight with no spacing between them. Some pegs or strings may require you cross the first wrap to keep from slipping. With my custom Mountain mahogany pegs I simply make a few wraps. Even in the photo of the treble side below, you can see I just wrapped them a few times, no crossing or tying. The E1 winding are a bit separated in this photo and don't look as clean, but hold tune great. The secret is having the hole in the pegs just big enough to pass the E6 string. If pegs have large holes, you can just thread the smaller strings through the hole twice by just looping it around before winding. Look at the G string, it is only wrapped twice and still holds great.