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July 29, 2013 by Scarves DotNet
From halter tops to galaxy scarves, the SDN gals can’t get enough of crafty, creative, and innovative ways to use (and reuse) our favorite accessory. That’s why we’re beyond thrilled to bring you our latest series: The Scarves Dot Net DIY Challenge.
Lexy of The Proper Pinwheel twisted and tied her way to a new nautical knot we can’t get enough of! Dive into the directions below for a knot that’s sure to make waves this summer!
Step 1: Start by laying the larger scarf over the smaller scarf (we used this larger one and this smaller one) in a perpendicular fashion. Give more slack on the bottom of the larger scarf.
Step 2: Tie the smaller scarf in a knot 1/3 down from the top of the bigger scarf. Pull tight!
Step 3: Lay the smaller scarf underneath the larger scarf and pull to the opposite side.
Step 4: Thread the smaller scarf through that small hole to create another knot and pull tight.
Step 5: Open up the bottom end of the small scarf and feed the large scarf through that loop.
Step 6: Pull the loop of the smaller scarf back up as if you were wrapping it around your neck. Bring the bottom loop of the large scarf up as well.
Step 7: Criss-cross the larger scarf loop and bring that loop back down and place it over the top of the rest of the fabric.
Step 8: Slide your head through that center hole and admire your double scarf wonder!
Thanks to Lexy for adding the Double Scarf Anchor to our Knot Library!
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