How to Tie a Scarf (25 Ways!)

How to tie a scarf ? I have no idea – wait make that, I HAD no idea.

In this post for Mom Style we’re talking scarves ladies. I have an ever growing collection of scarves in various fun patterns yet each time I grab one, I freeze up.

Tutorial – Learn 25 Ways to Tie a Scarf

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What if I want to use my scarf as a wrap – how do you twist the fabric to do that?

And in the end, I looked like a total dork wrapped in fabric. Let’s end the scarf tie question with this video tutorial that will show us 25 ways to wear a scarf (and not look like a dork).

How to Tie a Scarf 25 Ways

A very special thank you for this great scarf tutorial by Wendy’s Lookbook. Wendy has a great way of showing how to make fashion happy – so make sure to check her out!

Fabulous Affordable Scarves

A scarf is an affordable way to spruce up your wardrobe. With these 25 versatile ways to wear a scarf – you can easily achieve numerous looks. Where to find scarves? I love scouring thrift stores and estate sales for random scarf finds. Check out these affordable scarves:

Cotton Cantina Soft Chevron Sheer Infinity Scarf – Dark Turquoise and White – $9.25

Mixed Infinity Brick Scarf (Orange) – $15.25

Dot Scarf – $6.94

Knitted Chunky Curly Scarf shawl With Lace And Fringe – $5.99

Super Soft Faux Pashmina Scarf Black – $11.99

Learn These Scarf Ties

Here are the scarf ties included in this video:

  • The Modern One Loop
  • The Classic Drape
  • The Bunny Ear
  • The Double Rainbow
  • The Turtleneck
  • The Infinity
  • The Toss
  • The European Loop
  • The Basic Loop
  • The Wrap
  • The Mira
  • The Celebrity
  • The Waterfall
  • The Boa
  • The Magic Trick
  • The Fake Knot
  • The X
  • The Key Tie
  • The Braid
  • The Twist and Pull
  • The Hidden Knot
  • The Men’s Tie
  • The DIY Infinity
  • The Decoration
  • The Shell Roll

Which Scarf Tie is Your Favorite?

Molly Thornberg is a creator. She made 4 awesome kids, too-many-to-count blogs and disasters anytime she tries to DIY. She is an introverted extrovert, believer in grace, all-around geek and total type-B parent. Molly and her family circus reside in Dallas, TX


  1. estaQ

    July 1, 2012 at 1:45 am

    So cool! The model demonstrating is positively ADORABLE! (is that you? Cute!)
    Anyway, thanks so much for clear, easy-to-understand tutorial.
    Keep up the good work!

  2. Cristina

    February 17, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    Thank you! This will be very useful!

  3. Debra @A Frugal Friend

    July 6, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    I have to admit – I LOVE scarves! So this is awesome!!!! Pinned!

  4. Doris Abela

    October 16, 2015 at 11:17 am

    Show us how to do them

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