How to: Tie a Scarf

Here are a couple simple ways I like to tie my scarves. I’ve never done a tutorial so let me know what you think!

The Infinity
1. Hold the scarf at both ends with no folds or twists.

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2. Grab only a few fringes from each end (if your scarf doesn’t have any fringes, just take the corners) and tie the two ends together. This prevents a huge bulky knot on the back of your neck from happening.

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3. Place the scarf around your neck like a necklace.

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4. Loop the scarf around your neck a second time so that a figure 8 forms.

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5. Readjust, pulling different ends, nestling one loop inside the other until you are satisfied with the results.

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And voila.

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You can also loop it around a third time for a thicker, shorter look.

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The Irish Knot
1. Fold the scarf in half the lengthwise direction and put it around your neck so that there is a loop on one side and two free ends on the other.

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2. Pull the two free ends through the loop, keeping them separated.

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3. Pull one of the free ends out of the loop.

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4. Reinsert the free end you just removed back into the loop, but this time from the bottom of the loop, as opposed to the top.

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5. Pull the free ends until you get the desired tightness.

 

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And voila…again.

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The No Name
1. Twist the scarf.

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2. Drape the two free ends over your shoulders so that they hang down in the back.

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3. Bring both free ends of the scarf around to the front.

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3. Tie the free ends together in front of you, under the initial draped scarf.

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And you have the No Name.

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