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Twist and Drape

The Twist and Drape knot is a very fashionable scarf knot. It is a bit more complicated than other knots but with the right fabric and scarf length it has a fabulous look. The scarf needs to be of relatively thin material and fairly long. The scarf is first folded lengthwise and the ends are tied with small knots. Then the scarf is opened up to form a large circle or tube, which goes over the head with the knots in the back. Twist once behind the head and bring material forward. Now loosend the material around the neck. The tricky part is to then take one of the knotted ends and run it under all material up through the neck and then down in front. Do a little fluffing and adjusting to get the look the way you like.



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