Meet the Editors

Stacie Grissom


Stacie is an obsessive scarf collector who loves to think up new scarf-tying ideas. (Seriously, scarves = Stacie kryptonite.) Current favorite? This striped pashmina. When she’s not blogging about scarves or ogling new prints and patterns, Stacie loves to run, sew, Mod Podge, and work on her DIY fashion blog. Find her on Twitter, @SewStacie.

Maggie Thistleton


Maggie loves learning about anything and everything (especially cute baby monkeys). She clears her mind by running, laughing with friends, and taming her rowdy kitten, Wally. Kids call her “the girl with the green shoes,” and you know she has a closet full of green scarves! She loves meeting new people, so send her a tweet at @gret_herself.

Sarah Heckle


Sarah is a writer and editor who loves fashion from the bottom of her heart. Her ideal afternoon would be spent reading (cup of green tea in hand) or antiquing. She thinks a perfect scarf is the icing on the cake, and right now her favorite is this polka dotted scarf. You can find Sarah blogging at Tulle and Trinkets or tweeting @SarahAnn0509.


  • Reply Stacie November 12, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Thank you for all of the great ideas! I didnt see a tutorial for my favorite hollywood look. I would love to learn how to pull this off.[email protected]/14073952042

    • Reply Scarves Dot Net November 13, 2014 at 2:29 pm

      Hi Stacie! Thanks for writing – we’re glad you like the ideas! We love that look too and will get working on a tutorial – we really do need that classic style on here! Thanks for the great idea!

  • Reply Sela January 8, 2014 at 6:43 pm

    I love this website! Im moving to San Francisco from Ohio. Everybody was giving so many scarves like oblong scarves and infinity scarves all sorts! But I never wore a scarf in my life. Sad but true….anyways your guy’s website helped me SO MUCH. I’ve been complimented on all the time! I really want to thank you guys so much! P.S your scarves for hope is really sweet…

    • Reply Sela January 8, 2014 at 6:45 pm

      i meant knots for hope sorry

    • Reply admin January 9, 2014 at 9:19 am

      Hi Sela! Thank you so much for the sweet note. We’re so happy our resources have helped you become a scarf tying master! And we’re also happy you like Knots for Hope. :) Cheers and take care!

  • Reply Christina October 29, 2012 at 10:13 am

    Love your site! I learned a new a few weeks ago that I don’t see on here but there are so many I may have overlooked it, turning a scarf into a vest with one knot. LOVE it too & I’ve created so many looks with it already.

  • Reply Lailah June 8, 2012 at 5:09 pm

    Im so excited. i have so many scarves and only today thought to look up new ways to tie them! thank you so much. today i wore mine around my neck and tied it in a loose bow. its adorable.

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