A couple weeks ago I was tying a scarf for a customer using the Knotted Waterfall Tie. She requested a way for the drape to be shorter. After a minute of me playing around the Triple Knot Scarf was born!
Let me tell you- I love this tie.
– It’s warm (especially using a pashmina scarf)
– It’s an intermediate tie (meaning more intricate than a basic, but easy enough that it only takes one or two demos to teach it)
– It stays in place
Start with your scarf draped in the front with the ends behind your back.
Cross in the back and bring the ends to the front.
Pick an end and tie it in a knot around itself. This is knot #1.
For knot #2, spread out the non-knotted end. Bring the corner closest to Knot #1 across and tie it above.
Knot # 3 is the trickiest. Take the other corner under the drape and finish by tying it above knot #2.
I love that this works with pashminas, and both large and regular width fashion scarves.
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