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Scarf Knot Ideas


Scarves tell a story. This includes the knot you tie them in. Scarves should be worn in a fashion that compliments you, your style, and the scarf itself. Here are some great scarf knot ideas to create your next knotted masterpiece.


Image of Basic One Loop Knot.

The Basic Loop:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck with one end longer.
  2. Wrap the longer end of the scarf around the neck once.
  3. Then, tuck the longer end down and under the loop.

Image of Braid Knot.

The Braid:


  1. Fold the scarf in half the long ways and drape it around the neck.
  2. Take the scarf and loop the loose ends through the doubled up ends.
  3. Make a knot, but do not tighten it.
  4. Twist, the doubled up loop of the knot, once.
  5. Pull the loose ends through the doubled up part of the loop, again.

Image of the Bunny Ear Knot.

The Bunny Ear:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck with more length on one side.
  2. Wrap the longer end around the neck twice.
  3. Bring the longer end, up and bring it down and under the outer loop.
  4. Make a simple knot bringing the two ends together for a “bunny ear” look.
  5. Tuck the knot under the loop.

Image of the Celebrity Knot.

The Celebrity:


  1. Drape scarf around the neck with more length on one side.
  2. Take the longer end of the scarf and wrap it around the neck twice.
  3. Tuck the end, that was wrapped around the neck, into the loop in a down and under fashion.
  4. Tuck the other end in an up and under fashion near where the other end was tucked, but don’t pull it all the way through the loop.

Image of the Classic Drape Knot.

The Classic Drape:


  1. Drape the scarf around neck with ends hanging in front.

Image of the Double Rainbow Knot.

The Double Rainbow:


  1. Take two scarves and align them with each other.
  2. Drape them around your neck with the ends in front and with more length on one side.
  3. Take longer end of the scarves and wrap it around the neck once.
  4. Have the two ends be draped in front of the body.
  5. Adjust the ends, so that they have a layered look.

Image of the European Loop Knot.

The European Loop:


  1. Fold the scarf in half the long ways and drape around the neck.
  2. Loop the loose ends through the doubled up ends and make a knot-like look.

Image of the Hidden Knot.

The Hidden Knot:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck with a more length on one side.
  2. With the longer end, wrap the scarf around the neck.
  3. Tie one knot with the ends.
  4. Tuck the knot under the outer loop that is around the neck.

Image of the Infinity Knot.

The Infinity:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck with the ends even.
  2. Tie the scarf together with two knots at the very ends.
  3. Twist the scarf once to make it double up and put the tied end behind the neck.

Image of the Key Tie Knot.

The Key Tie:


  1. Drape the scarf with one end longer than the other.
  2. Take the longer end of the scarf and wrap it around the neck twice.
  3. Crisscross the scarf in front and tie one knot.
  4. Tuck the end down and under.
  5. Tuck the other end up and under the outer loop and around the neck.

Image of the Magic Trick Knot.

The Magic Trick:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck with a more length on one side.
  2. Take the longer end of the scarf and wrap it around the neck once.
  3. Start to pull one of the ends through the loop made around the neck, but do not pull the end through all of the way.
  4. Pull the other end of the scarf through the loop made.

Image of the Men's Tie Knot.

The Men’s Tie:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck with a more length on one side.
  2. Take the longer end and wrap it over and under the shorter end twice.
  3. Now, loop the end of the once longer end through the loop around the neck.
  4. Bring the end through the big loop you made around the end of the scarf.
  5. Tighten as desired.

Image of the Mira.

The Mira:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck.
  2. Twist the scarf by the end and then wrap one end around the neck.
  3. Twist the scarf by the end again and then wrap one end around the neck again.
  4. Tuck the end down and under the loop made around the neck.
  5. Tuck the other end up and under the loop around the neck.

Image of the Modern One Loop Knot.

The Modern One Loop:


  1. Drape scarf around the neck with a little more length on one side.
  2. Take longer end of the scarf and wrap it around the neck once.
  3. Have the ends be draped in front of the body.

Image of the Toss Knot.

The Toss:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck, with the ends facing in front.
  2. Loop one of the ends behind the neck so that one end is in front and one is behind you.

Image of the Turtleneck Knot.

The Turtleneck:


  1. Drape scarf around the neck, with the ends in front, and one end a little longer than the other.
  2. Wrap the longer end around the neck until there is only about six inches left on that end of the scarf.
  3. Tie a basic knot with the two ends and then tie another one.
  4. Tuck the scarf ends under the looped portion of the scarf.

Image of the Twist and Pull Knot.

The Twist and Pull:


  1. Fold the scarf in half the long ways, but don’t match up the ends. Leave one end a little longer.
  2. Drape the scarf around the neck.
  3. Pull the shorter loose end through the doubled up scarf.
  4. Twist the doubled up/knotted end of the scarf.
  5. Pull the other loose end of the scarf through.

Image of the Waterfall Knot.

The Waterfall:


  1. Drape scarf around the neck with more length on one side.
  2. Take longer end of the scarf and wrap it around the neck twice.
  3. Take the corner of one of the ends of the scarf, and tuck just that corner into the loop made around the neck.

Image of the Wrap Knot.

The Wrap:


  1. Drape the scarf around the neck and shoulders.

Image of the X Knot.

The X:


  1. Drape scarf around the neck with more length on one side.
  2. Cross the longer end across the shorter end to make an “X.”
  3. Twist the longer end around the shorter end once.
  4. Bring the longer end up, over, and then under the “twist.”

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