DIY Triangle Print Infinity Scarf

DIY Triangle Print Infinity Scarf

Every so often, I get a print stuck in my head, and I keep wearing and making it until I get sick of it. These days, that print is triangles. I love the geometric print on everything — pants, shirts, jewelry, and of course, scarves. :)

DIY Triangle Print Infinity ScarfImage sources: Proenza Schoeler Triangle Scarf, Kate Sheridan Bag, Triangle Print

Lately I’ve been seeing triangles everywhere — bags, prints, the runway — so I wanted to make a triangle print scarf of my own. It’s super simple, and you only need a bit of time!

Supplies you need:

DIY Triangle Print Infinity Scarf

  • Paint (Soft Fabric Paint is best)
  • Scarf (Any scarf will do. For a scarf similar to mine, I like this and this, too.)
  • Sponge
  • Water to dilute the paint
  • Paper/plastic to put under the scarf so it doesn’t bleed


DIY Triangle Print Infinity ScarfIt’s quite simple to add a print to your scarf! You can use this for any technique:

  • First, I put the paint on a plate in different amounts and swirled them all together.
  • After that, I added a little bit of water to dilute the paint and make it easier to stamp all over the scarf.
  • Then, I got my sponge a bit wet and started stamping!
  • After one side of the infinity scarf was done, I let it dry and then stamped the other side.

After the scarf was done drying, I wanted to experiment a bit with how to tie an infinity scarf. The thing I love about scarves is that they make an outfit look effortless, but put together, too.
DIY Triangle Print Infinity Scarf

DIY Triangle Print Infinity ScarfMy best attempt at an effortless infinity scarf knot. :) Looking for other ways to tie infinity scarves? Click below to check out the tutorials in the Knot Library!

how to tie an infinity scarf

How to Tie a Scarf: Scarf Halter Top

scarf halter top


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how to wear scarves Step 1: Take a large scarf or wrap and hold it length-wise across your back near your shoulder blades — similar to how you’d hold a towel you’re about to wrap up in.
how to wear scarves Step 2: Bring the two ends to your front and cross them at your chest.
how to wear scarves Step 3: Cross the ends again at your chest.
how to wear scarves Step 4: Bring the ends of the scarf around to the back of your neck and tie a simple knot — make sure it’s secure!

20+ Ways to Tie a Head Scarf

Hello, sunshine! Long-awaited light and lovely days are upon us, and while for many this may signal the end of scarf season, we see it as an opportunity to twist, knot, and style our lightest and brightest scarves in a series of new ways!

This spring, the must-try trend we’re obsessing over is the head scarf. While it may seem like a daunting task to transform a scarf into a beautiful new ‘do, we’ve made it easier than ever to mimic the season’s most popular head scarf styles — and, of course, a few knots of our own! With step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow video tutorials, the SDN gals will have you tying like a pro in no time.

For instructions on our newest knots, click through the head scarves below. Also, be sure to check out our complete collection of head scarf tutorials over in the Knot Library and be sure to browse our Knots for Hope resource, the original inspiration for our head scarf obsession.

20+ ways to tie a head scarf

Twist & Shout Heidi Braid Knotty Twist Up in Knots Itty Bitty Bow Twisted Crown Twisty Turban Side Scarf Pony Knotty But Nice Knotted & Nautical Little Bow Peep Middle of Everywhere A Knot in My Hair All Twisted Up My Little Pony To Be or Knot to Be Criss Cross Oversized Chignon Miss Knotty Do The Twist Head Scarf Tutorials

Looking for new scarves to style this spring? Shop our spring collection, perfect for pairing with everything from maxi dresses to flowy blouses. Not to mention, they’re absolute head scarf perfection!

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15 Ways to Wear Summer Scarves

We hear it all the time:
“Oh I can’t wear scarves in the summer. It’s too hot!”

Wrong, wrong, wrongity, wrong! (WRONG!) ;) Scarves are much more than a winter accessory — they are a year-round necessity! From shirts, to necklaces, to bustiers, to shrugs — scarves can do it all. And to help all of our warm-weather-scarf-resistant friends, we compiled 15 ways to wear these beauties when the sun’s shining her warmest. ♥

Find your perfect summer scarf here!

Click on the image to go to the scarf-tying tutorial!

Scarf Bustier Fancy Braid Shoulder Duster Scarf Bow Tie The Carmen Miranda Infinity Scarf Twist Scarf Halter Top Twisty Scarf Loop Scarf Boa Skinny Scarf Necklace Half-Bow Epaulette Bolo Scarf Tie Hollywood Hills Double Loop Knot Library Image Map


♥1. The Scarf Bustier

We love when scarves can double as clothes! Wear this Scarf Bustier as a bathing suit cover up, or for your next pool party. Layer a denim jacket over your faux bustier, and pair it with a flowing maxi skirt.


♥2. The Fancy Scarf Braid

When life calls for a fancy knot, be prepared with this scarf-tying technique! While the braid looks complicated, it is actually easy-peasy nice and breezy. ;)


♥3. The Shoulder Duster

This isn’t your grandmother’s scarf knot. Paired with a pair of chic flats and a striped top, this scarf style will have you looking like a 1950s movie star in no time!


♥4. Scarf Bow Tie

There’s almost nothing better than a well-tied bow — pipe-smoking, tweed-jacket-wearing gentlemen and little girls all agree. ;)


♥5. The Carmen Miranda

We think this unique knot looks like a bunch of grapes — Carmen Miranda would approve. This style sure is a sweet treat for your wardrobe. Whether you think this knot looks like a bunch of grapes or a bundle of baubles, this is a truly creative way to wear your scarves!


♥6. Infinity Scarf Twist

We have an endless love for circle scarves, but this might be our favorite way to loop and tie them!


♥7. Girly Windsor Knot

Don’t let your man have all the fun! Sometimes, even girliest of gals needs some necktie inspiration in her wardrobe. Let your scarf double as the feminine equivalent of a necktie.


♥8. Scarf Halter Top

Need a chic and breezy top for a summer soiree? Pair your favorite espradilles with this scarf halter top for an effortless, warm-weather look!


♥9. Twisty Scarf Loop

Take a cue from one of the best Beatles dance tunes and do the twist — with your scarf!


♥10. Scarf Boa

We like to think of this knot as the feather boa’s sophisticated sister. Pair this knot with a blouse,a mini, and sky-high stilettos for city-chic style.


♥11. Skinny Scarf Necklace

Necklaces are nice and scarves are splendid. Why don’t you merge the two and try a super accessory? ;)


♥12. Half-Bow Epaulette

A sister style to our “Half-Bow” scarf-tying tutorial, the “Half-Bow Epaulette” is a fresh knot with a retro equestrian flair. Pair this style with a bohemian blouse and bell-bottom jeans.


♥13. Cowboy Bolo Tie

Try this style with a thin scarf to mimic a western-inspired bolo tie. Giddyup!


♥14. Hollywood Hills

Picture this:You’re cruising a California coastal highway, top down, with a scarf blowing over your shoulder. This knot gives you that look — no matter where you are!


♥15. Infinity Scarf Double Loop

A sweet and simple way to wear one of our favorite scarf styles.


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