A simple bias fold here secured with moyenne
scarf ring and sliding both ends through the ring
Here I have done a slip knot using the
moyenne scarf ring - that's securing one end
of the scarf through the ring and then pulling
the other loose end through the loop of the
scarf rather than the ring itself.
Here I have made a half bow knot - as per the
slip knot above, but fold the loose end
in half and pull through the loop to make a
bow, fan out to make a bow shape.
This is one of my favourite ways to wear a
scarf and very easy to do.
Here I tied a Half Ascot Knot and slid the scarf to the
side - you can wear it to the side or centrally as
A simple cowboy look - fold scarf to make a
triangle and tie at the back or use a scarf
ring to secure.
Same again but shorter - I secured this
one with a scarf ring and pulled the
ends further through to shorten the look.
As above only I pulled the scarf round to the side -
using a scarf ring for this loo allows the scarf to
sit a bit flatter round the back/sides.
This was just a triangle secured at the front with my
moyenne scarf ring for an easy to wear look.
Here I used the bias fold again, slipped a
nice scarf ring on to the front and tied the
scarf with a knot at the back - of course this
would look much better over a polo neck
rather than my open neck shirt but you
get the idea!
|Bias fold knotted in the middle and secured |
with a knot tied at the back.
Here I made a butterfly knot from the bias folded scarf
using a scarf ring which give s a nice puffy bow look.
I think you can see that with a bandana you can pretty much choose the same knots and bows as you do for 70cm or 90cm - just play around with it and see what you com up with! Have fun playing!