Thursday, January 16, 2014

6 Ways to Tie a Scarf

 Loop-n-Through 
Fold the scarf in half, making a loop at one end. Drape over shoulder, with looped end on one side. Pull non-looped end through looped end. Tighten and fluff.

Knotted
Fold Scarf in half, making a loop at one end. Drape over shoulder, with looped end on one side. Pull non-looped end through looped end. Pull the non-looped end up through neckline loop. Tuck it down over the top down through the loop.
Hanging Back Loop

Drape scarf over shoulders. Cross ends in half. Pull the end closes to your chest up through neckline loop. Fluff. Turn around, so it hangs down your back.
Double Wrapped
Drape scarf around shoulders. Cross both ends and pull to behind your head. Cross again and pull forward, so both ends lay on your chest.
Woven
There are to ways to do this one. First way: Fold scarf in half. Drape over shoulders. Take one end and pull through loop made with fold, push end farther up towards neck. Twist loop making a cut off between first-pulled- through end. pull next end trough. Tighten and fluff. Second way: Fold scarf in half. Drape over shoulders. Take one end and pull it through going under loop made with fold. Take the other end and pull it through but going over this time. Tighten.
Knot, Twist, and Drape
Fold scarf in half. Tie both ends in small knots. Open scarf into ring-shaped circle. Put scarf over head with knotted part in the back. Twist scarf behind neck. Flip knotted end over neck. Pull scarf away from neck. Pull one knotted end up between neck and scarf. Fold over top and fluff.
Hope you have fun with these and please share your personal scarf tying ideas.