one scarf, five ways: day five
Now on to the last style of our summer scarf series – the “Headband”. We’ve tried tying the scarf around the waist to form a belt, turning it into a necklace, and not to mention the traditional way of tying around the neck, now let’s try wearing it on the head!
Fold the scarf diagonally to form a triangle. Taking two opposite ends, tie a knot as small as possible.
Take one of the loose ends and put it through the loop, pulling loosely out from the other end.
Do the same with the other loose end.
Now you should have sort of a flower formed in the center with two loose ends pulled out on both sides. Do not pull too tight or you will lose the flower!
Gently twist both loose ends (so that the scarf is less bulky) and tie onto your head with a small knot below your hairline.
Would you try out this quick scarf headband style?
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