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 square scarf so the ends meet and form a triangle. STEP 2 Place a scarf over your shoulders so that the longest straight end is at the top of your back and two triangles corners meet in front. STEP 3 Make a square knot with these two ends in front. The post Cape Wrap appeared first on Knot Library from Scarves Dot Net.
STEP 1 Fold a square scarf diagonally until one end meets the other, making a large triangle. STEP 2 Placing the scarf on top of your head, bring the middle of the longest side to the middle of the forehead so that the pointed end is towards the back of the head. Hold. STEP 3 Bring the ends to the back and tie them...
STEP 1 Start by putting the scarf around your the front of your neck so the ends hang in the back. STEP 2 Wrap the ends around to the front and loosen the loop so that it’s comfortable around your neck. STEP 3 Tie a loose knot and then a second tighter knot. The post French Knot appeared first on Knot Library from Scarves Dot Net.