Fold the scarf in half and put it around your neck. Take one free end of the scarf and pull it over and below the resulting loop. Pass the second part first below and then over the same loop.
Put a scarf around your neck. Take one end and wrap it around your arm. Pull the scarf to make a loose knot. Thread the other part of the scarf through the side knot, first under the loop, and then over.
Fold the long scarf in half. Take the diagonal ends and tie them in a knot. Put it around your neck, twist it and switch it over your head once more.
Choose two favorite scarves and put one over the other. Then put them around your neck, take one end of the scarf, wrap it, and tuck it behind your neck. This way both scarves will be seen.
Wrap a long scarf around your neck twice, and then "hide" both ends under it.
Wrap the scarf around your neck so that the ends fall freely from the front. Take them and tie a loose knot. Hide the knot by pulling the fabric from the top of the scarf over it.
This is a slightly more elegant version of the scarf casually slung over the shoulder. Put the scarf over your shoulders and tie a tight knot on your back. Pass the rest of the scarf over it to hide it.
Wrap the scarf around your neck. Pull the ends over the loop on the neck and let it fall freely.
Wrap the scarf around your neck twice. Take one end and pull over and through the resulting layers of the f. Then tie both ends in a knot.
Fold the longer scarf in half, wrap it around the neck, and then pull the two ends through the loop and tighten it tightly.