Following our previous Crochet Pointed Ends Scarf post, we also thought it’ll be a good idea to show you different ways to wear the masterpiece that you’ve just made. Keep scrolling down to see each style and how to go about it!
1. The Drape
The classic, no explanation needed, drape around the neck. Let it loose and let it dangle alongside a long cardigan! Great if you want to accessorise your outfit and don’t need to shield your neck and chest against strong winds.
2. The Wrap Around
An upgrade to the drape, simply loop one end of the scarf around your neck once and leave both ends dangling in front of you. This is the most fuss-free way to wear a scarf!
3. The Loop
The final look has the tails of the scarf resting more towards the side, but this is a simple great way to double wrap your scarf around your neck for extra warmth. If your scarf is printed or has a flat pattern, this style also helps to showcase it better with more “flat” exposed surface.
4. The Fashion Knot
Starting out the same way as the Loop, take one end of the scarf and put it through the loop. Then, take the other free end of the scarf and go from under the loop, pulling through upwards and down. It looks like a pretty fancy knot if you ask me!
5. Infinity Scarf
Taking both ends of the scarf, tie a small double knot to create a big loop with the entire scarf. The pointed ends of this scarf makes it super easy and less chunky to do so compared to a standard rectangular yarn scarf. Then, loop the entire circle over your head, twist and loop it over your head again to create a thick multi-layered cowl.
6. Over The Shoulder
This one is also pretty self explanatory! Most of the styles feature both ends of the scarf dangling from the front so this style changes it up a little. Start with the standard drape and simply throw one end of the scarf over your shoulder. Done!
So, which one is your favourite? (Psst, we love the infinity scarf style!) Missed our previous post with the free downloadable pattern for a beginner friendly crochet scarf? Download it here!