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 Place the scarf around your neck with the ends hanging in front. STEP 2 Fold one end over the other two times. STEP 3 On the last fold, bring the end up through the loop at your neck. STEP 4 Spread the top of the knot and front layer of the scarf so it covers the layer beneath. The post Ascot Wrap...
Part I STEP 1 Fold a skinny scarf (like the one we used!) in half STEP 2 Center the scarf at the nape of your neck STEP 3 Bring each side to the front of your head and collect them slightly above one ear STEP 4 Tie a double knot STEP 5 Let the ends hang like a side ponytail Part II STEP 1 Follow the...
STEP 1 Use a long rectangle scarf (We recommend one of these!) STEP 2 Center the scarf on your forehead STEP 3 Collect the sides at the nape of your neck like a low ponytail STEP 4 Tie a knot at the nape of your neck STEP 5 Bring each side to the front of your head STEP 6 Criss-cross the sides on top of your...