The woven scarf knot tutorial has arrived! Enjoy.
Here is the finished look:
Outfit information here.
And the How To:
I love it! That looks super easy to do. I remember last year you did a tutorial on a braided scarf. I always get compliments when I wear my scarf like that.
i love it!! can’t wait to try it myself.
So cute! Thanks for the video.
Way cute! Such an easy way to re-accessorize the otherwise typical scarf!
Thanks for sharing!
Nice! I’m gonna try it tomorrow…
Thank you for the video-I have been getting bored of my scarves, now I am excited to wear them again!
I needed this. I have a thin stripe scarf that needed a little something something….I’m gonna try it.
Thanks for sharing!
The scarf looks so fantastic tied this way! It’s not as complicated as I thought it would be so that’s a plus.
Is there already a tutorial for your up-do hairstyle from the video? If not, I bet I’m not the only one who would love to see one. Looks lovely, Kayley!
cute. as usual.
cute. as usual.
im gonna do it too
Thank you very much.
Thanks for the easy tutorial! Did you make this up yourself? It’s super cute. I’m going to do this tomorrow – I’ll make sure to credit of course
I did! I tend to just weave my scarves in random ways until I like how it looks. I actually had to remind myself how to tie this one before I did the video!
Thanks Kayley!! Great tutorial.
Thanks for the vid! I have two scarves I can wear this way now
Thanks for this! I appreciate the tip!
This is awesome. I actually didn’t ask after the original post where you were wearing the scarf like that, but I did think about it, so I’m really glad you did the video. It’s so much easier to understand with a video. Thank you so much for sharing!
Thanks so much for the helpful scarf tutorial!
Thanks! Really cute look-will add a lot of style over my coat this winter.
That’s beautiful! Would you mind if I did a tutorial featuring this knot on my website? I’d be sure to credit you as the inventor of it
It’s fine as long as you give credit!
I just found your site via a link from “Down & Out Chic….the scarf tutorial is fantastic! I forwarded it to my college age daughters and they loved it too and plan to subscribe to your blog and follow you on Pinterest. Looking forward to more wonderful content from you!
I am fashion defunct… And I just tied the most awesome scarf knot ever following your instructions!! Thanks!!
This was so easy– and it looks great! Thanks for sharing!
Love this….and I am IN LOVE with that shirt!!!!
Thanks so much…. Love it!!!
Fabulous tutorial. I am always looking for new ways to wear my scarfs! Glad I found you through Pinterest!!
I love the striped camo t-shirt! Where is it from? Thanks!
It’s from Gap, but it’s not in stock any longer!
I love your hair!
I just found this via Pinterest. It is so easy and cute! Thanks for making a tutorial, I can’t wait to wear it out and about.
Thank you for this video! I absolutely love scarves and own way too many of them but only know how to wear them two ways I know there are so many unique different ways to wear them, I just haven’t mastered them yet. You video was really simple and easy to understand. There may be hope for me yet! Would love to see more videos like this!
you’re really good at explaining & showing! It is not a talent everyone has, believe me.
Hi! I just found this website in pinterest, i cant wait to do it. Ivtry to the braided scarf, but be video is remove. Please post it again, thank you
This is SO cute! It looks so complicated, but it’s really not. I think the fringe adds to the intricate look. Thanks for the video!
Thanks for the video. I have a picture of me from eight years ago at a Paris flea market wearing a scarf with this exact same knot! I love that scarf, but I’ve never been able to replicate the knot since. Thank you!!!
Love it!! Thanks for the video!
thanks it looks so cute cant wait to try it the tutorial helped a lot
where did you buy the scarf in the pic with the stripe camo shirt?it’s a beautiful colorJenifer
I purchased it at a small boutique in Ann Arbor, MI. It is a pashmina and I have actually found similar items online. I would recommend trying google shopping!
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