Love the way this tying technique turns the scarf into a necklace! I just discovered a center-knot technique for oblong scarves: http://www.pavoreal.com/scarftie.asp
Thanks, Nancy! The knot you linked to is intruiging. I'm going to have to try that one.
I've never seen this one before. It's great for a small pop of colour at the throat, like jewellery. Thanks for this one, Deja Pseu!
This looks wonderful on you and I like the scale of the earring,"there" but does not overwhelm the scarf.
sue - thank you very much. This is also a great way to wear a scarf when it's too warm to wear something close around your neck.Miss Janey - merci bien!Duchesse - thank you.
Just wondering-how do the scarves survive all this manipulation;twisting and rolling. Maybe you wouldn´t use your Hermes scarf in this purpose?
metscan - actually the Hermès silk twill scarves stand up to being twisted and tied and crunched marvellously. If you look at the Hermès scarf tying booklets, they show some scarf contortions I haven't yet tried at home. :-) Now, I live a less humid climate, so take that into account, but even after I've worn a silk scarf knotted up all day, there are only a few shallow wrinkles when I take it off. Fold it and leave it for a few days, and those wrinkles have disappeared.
I'm trying this tomorrow.
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