Scarf Tying – How To Tie Scarves
Hello there! Welcome to The Knot Library. Lets learn how to tie a scarf, are you ready to knot, twist, tie, tuck, loop, braid, fold, and fluff with Scarves Dot Net? We compiled over 50 (and counting!) different ways to tie a scarf, so chances are we have a new knot or two for you!
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How does The Knot Library work, you ask? There’s no Dewey Decimal System here. 😉 On the left side of your screen, simply find the type of scarf you want to learn more about. Next, select a knot or click the parent category such as “Bandana Scarves” to see all the knot options available. Once you choose a knot, you will be taken to a video and step by step instructions with pictures to guide you! Watch, read, rewind, repeat, practice — and voilà! Now you know a new way to tie a scarf!
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STEP 1 Fold a rectangle scarf in half length-wise to make it reassemble a square. STEP2 Fold one corner to the middle of the opposite side so that it forms a triangle. STEP3 Put two ends of the triangle over the back of your neck, leaving a point hanging down in the middle of your body. STEP 4 Tie the scarf in the back and adjust accordingly. The post Muffler II appeared first...
STEP 1 Start with your hair in a ponytail. STEP 2 Place the middle of the scarf at the back of your neck. STEP 3 Put the ends of the scarf to the front of your forehead. STEP 4 Twist the ends together and let the twist guide itself into spiral, much like a hair bun. STEP 5 Tuck the end of the scarf under the spiral and...
STEP 1 Place the scarf around the back of your neck with the ends hanging in front. STEP 2 Tie the ends of the scarf together once. STEP 3 Bring the front end back around the bottom end and through the loop created by the two as they cross. The post Square Knot appeared first on Knot Library from Scarves Dot Net.