Our application includes the most popular ways to tie scarves and shawls. It contains 22 free knots for beginners. ASCOT BANDIT BIEDERMEIER BOW Coco Chanel DOUBLE_ASCOT DOUBLE KNOT WRAP EIGHT KNOT FAKE_KNOT FOUR-IN-HAND French KNOT French Twist (Kurfurstendamm) LOLA LOOP&TUCK MADAM_JUSTICE NECK TIE SIMPLE 1 SIMPLE 2 SIMPLE 3 WESTERN Scarves are garments made of warm and decorative fabrics. They are often worn around the neck for warmth during cold, rainy, dusty or other types of inclement weather. They can also often be worn for more fashionable motives by style-minded people, even if the weather does not particularly require extra warmth or protection from the elements. Along with these elective reasons, in some cultures scarves are worn for religious and cultural reasons. scarves range in size from very long or wide models, to small thin types of scarves often known as "neckerchiefs" or "ascots." Traditional scarves when unraveled can stretch to 5 feet or more, ranging in thickness from 6 to 8 inches. A smaller scarf of the neckerchief variety can be as small as a regular bandana or head scarf. Depending on how they are worn and how many time a wearer chooses to wrap the scarf around her body, the length of the scarf can be cut in half or even into thirds.