Ten Ways to Tie a Scarf

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The Double Twist

Step 1: Fold the scarf in half and place it around your neck. 


Step 2: Take the loose ends of the scarf and pull them through the loop, making sure not to pull it too tight. 

Step 3: Now, twist the loop and pull the loose ends through again. 

Step 4: Continue twisting the loop with one hand and pulling the ends through until you run out of scarf.

The Neck Tie

Step 1: Wrap the scarf around the neck, making sure the left end is one third longer than the right.


Step 2: Cross the left over the right and loop it back underneath the make 2 circles.

Step 3: Bring up to the centre and then pass it down through the loop in front.

Step 4: Pull both ends to tight and position knot where desired.

The Rolled Loop

Step 1:  Wrap a scarf once around your neck. 


Step 2: Take each scarf end up and over the neck loop.

The Figure 8

Step 1: Fold your scarf in half and drape around your neck. 


Step 2: Feed the top end through the loop. 

Step 3: Twist the loop to create a second hole. 

Step 4: Feed the bottom end through the second hole. Adjust accordingly.

The Belted Drape

Step 1: Drape the scarf evenly around your neck and let it hang. 


Step 2: Fasten a skinny belt over the scarf at the waist.

The Classic Loop

Step 1: Fold your scarf in half and drape around your neck. 


Step 2: Feed both ends through the loop and pull through.

The Double Bandana

Step 1: Fold a long scarf in half lengthwise. 


Step 2: Grab the diagonal ends and knot them together. 

Step 3: Put it over your neck.

Step 4: Twist it and loop again.

The Side Knot

Step 1: Drape the scarf unevenly around your neck (the short end should hit the chest area). 


Step 2: Loop the longer end around your neck twice before letting it hang. 

Step 3: Jauntily tie the two ends off to the side.

Tucked in Turtle Neck

Step 1: Drape the scarf unevenly around your neck (the short end should hit the chest area). 


Step 2: Loop the longer end around your neck twice before letting it hang. 

Step 3: Cross the two ends and tuck them under the loop.

Reverse Drape

Step 1: Drape the scarf evenly around your neck and let it hang. 


Step 2: Toss one end of the scarf over one shoulder.