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Tucked Knot

The Tucked Knot is also known as the False Widsor scarf knot as it is tied similar to a necktie knot. It can be tied with a short or long scarf. To tie the Tucked Knot just wrap scarf around neck and take one end and cross over then behind the other end. Repeat the cross over but then take the end and bring it up and through the material on the neck. There will be a small loop in the front as a result of bringing that end up through the material by the neck. Bring the end down and through that loop. Adjust lengths and tightness as desired. Similar to the Ascot, but the Ascot skips tucking through the loop.


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