I will admit to not watching much of the daily Corona Virus Task Force briefings but I do try to watch long enough for Dr Deborah Birx to step to the podium so I can see what scarf she is wearing and how she is tying it. Shallow? Petty? Probably, but diverting and interesting to me.
I always take a couple of scarves with me on vacation but normally tie them in the same few ways. For my next trip...whenever it is...I'm going to work on a few new ways to tie. I've got some links I've used in the past to help me and now seems like a good time to review them! I'm also getting ready to move so have just gone thru my big bin of scarves and my scarf drawer. I had forgotten about some of them so this is a refresher for my collection, too. By the way, all my scarves are inexpensive. My tastes, wardrobe and lifestyle don't run to Hermes although some of those designs are breath-taking.
I love the scarf tutorials on the MaiTai's Picture book blog page and from her blog posts see she now has an app. I checked and it's fairly expensive and much more than I would ever need or want for my retired Idaho lifestyle but she's still got all of her tutorials on her blog so I'll review them.
I first found her via Janice at TheVivienneFiles blog. She uses scarves a lot but doesn't really go in to tying them. I love her capsule wardrobes based on scarves and of course the ones she does based on pieces of art.
I also love this youtube scarf-tying tutorial. I think I remember reading she and her BF did this video at home and had to of course film 25 segments to put together in the matrix. Very cute and pretty good demos of ways to tie a scarf.
Anyone else with thoughts?
By the way, to the folks who don't know me...I've no personal interest in these blogs or videos other than they are informative and I'm looking for ways to divert myself from the current situation.