Tuesday, June 25, 2013

How To...Tie a Girl Scout Scarf

By: Paige D., Intern
Have you been trying to find new ways to wear your Girl Scout scarf? If so, then today is your lucky day. We here at Girl Scouts of Nassau County are running a new mini blog series on how to tie your Girl Scout scarf. For those of you who don’t know, Donna Ceravolo has been recognized for her wide variety of scarves and different ways to tie them. You never know what you might find Donna wearing, from simple square knots to elaborate bow ties; your selection will never seem dull! Throughout this mini-series we hope to inspire your creativity when it comes to stepping up your Girl Scout uniform! You can pick up one of our beautiful scarves in the Girl Scouts of Nassau County shop, or online at shop.gsnc.org/store/. Follow the simple step-by-step instructions and you'll be on your way to a whole new updated look for your Girl Scout uniform!
The first scarf we are using is a long and narrow silk scarf.

First, you must fold both edges of scarf to meet in the center.

 Second, drape the folded scarf around the back of your neck. 

Cross the left side over the right, creating an “x”.

Then bring the top piece underneath  the bottom then through the hole that your neck is in... it will appear as the beginning of a knot.  Just let the two ends of the scarf drop down to hang. This should not be close to your neck. It should hang around your upper torso.


1 comment:

  1. SUPER!! I'd love to see more ways to tie different GS scarves! I have several, but they are shorter than the new silk scarf. Thank you for doing this blog!