6 types of Scarf knots for kids

by Jordon

Scarf-tying for kids doesn’t have to be complicated! With a little patience and practice, you can quickly master a few basic knots that will keep your little one’s neck warm all winter long. And once you’ve got the hang of it, you can get creative with different scarf styles and patterns. So put on your favorite scarf, grab your little one, and let’s get started!

Assuming you want a scarf tying guide for kids

1. The Basic Knot

Tie a basic knot by folding the scarf in half to find the center, and draping it around your neck so the ends hang down in front. Take the end on the right side and cross it over the left, then tuck it underneath. Pull the end tight and repeat on the other side.

2. The Slip Knot

This is a good option if you want to be able to adjust the scarf while wearing it. Make a loop with the scarf and hold it in place with your thumb and first two fingers. Take the end of the scarf and go over the top of the loop, then underneath and through the hole. Pull tight.

3. The Braid Knot

This one is a bit more complicated, but looks really cute! Fold the scarf in half and drape it around your neck so the folded end hangs down in front. Take the two loose ends and cross them over the center, then tuck them underneath. Now take the left end and cross it over the right, then tuck it underneath. Continue until you reach the end of the scarf.

4. The Infinity Knot

This is a great option if you have a long scarf that you want to be able to wear as a loop. Fold the scarf in half and drape it around your neck so the folded end hangs down in front. Take the two loose ends and cross them over the center, then tuck them underneath. Now take the left end and cross it over the right, then tuck it underneath. Continue until you reach the end of the scarf.

5. The European Knot

This is a classic way to tie a scarf and looks great with any outfit. Fold the scarf in half and drape it around your neck so the folded end hangs down in front. Cross the loose ends behind your neck and bring them back up to the front, then tuck them through the loop created by the fold in the scarf. Pull tight and adjust as necessary.

6. The Bow Knot

This is a great way to add a bit of flair to any outfit! Fold the scarf in half to find the center, then drape it around your neck so the ends hang down in front. Take the end on the right side and cross it over the left, then tuck it underneath. Pull the end tight and repeat on the other side. Now take the left end and cross it over the right, then tuck it underneath. Pull the end tight and repeat on the other side. You should now have a loop on each side. Take the loop on the right and put it over the left, then pull through to create a knot. Repeat on the other side and adjust as necessary.

Conclusion

Hopefully this gives you some ideas for how to style your scarves this winter! Be creative and have fun experimenting with different knots and styles.

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