Get Ready For Fall With Eight Scarf Tying Ideas

While it may still be hot and humid during these September days here in Iowa, the mornings and evenings are finally starting to get cooler. This is the first hint we have that autumn is on the way, so let's pull out our scarves so they're ready to wear soon.


I have dozens of scarves in my closet, and all of them can be turned into infinity scarves. Simply fold the scarf in half and tie the matching corners together. Put the knots at the back of your neck, drape the scarf to the front, twist and hang back over your neck. Then adjust it so you have two loops, one longer than the other.


For something a little more traditional, start with the center of the scarf at your throat and the ends hanging down your back. Cross them behind your neck and drape the ends to the front over your shoulders. Adjust the size of the loop so the ends hang exactly where you want them.


A simple drape with knots in the end allow you to also showcase a long, pretty necklace.


For this one, fold your scarf in half and hold the loop on one side with the tails on the other. At your throat, tuck one of the tails through the loop. Then twist the loop once and tuck the other tail through the new loop.


Make a square knot - like you would on a gift box - and add a fancy clip to the center of the knot.


Start with the center of the scarf at your throat and the ends hanging down your back. Cross them behind your neck and then tuck the ends underneath the loop.


Again, start with the center of the scarf at your throat and the ends hanging down your back. Cross them behind your neck and drape the ends to the front over your shoulders. Instead of letting them hang loose, make a large knot. Rotate the entire scarf so the knot sits just in front of your shoulder.


Fold your scarf in half and hold the loop on one side with the tails on the other. At your throat, tuck both of the tails through the loop. Then twist the loop and tuck both ends back through the new loop.

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