Erica is a writer, editor, wife, and mom. She has always found employment with an English degree and she excels at nurturing children and animals but struggles to keep houseplants alive. Erica currently writes at SidewaysQ.com

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Ways to Tie A Scarf

Here are 12 ways to tie a scarf.  More may exist, but Scarves.net gives us 12.

I love scarves on any day, but this seems like an especially nice idea for Thanksgiving.  Why?  Because sweaters are WAY too heavy for all the cooking and eating and meat sweats and family conversational strain.

My solution is to wear a short-sleeve shirt with a scarf so I look all stylish and autumn-y upon beginning the festivities.  Then discard the scarf when I get hot, and/or use it as

a.) a bib

b.) food stain camoflage

c.) food baby hiding apparatus

d.) light warmth for when the overly-hot house and conversational strain are too much and you must sneak out the door for fresh air.

 

See also:

Thanksgiving Dinner Table Topics to Avoid

Fruit and Jello Cranberry Salad

Healthy Thanksgiving Side Dish – Quinoa Salad

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  1. Stacie Grissom 11/25/2011 at 6:52 am

    Hey Erica!

    Thanks so much for featuring the graphic I made in your post! You might also like the e-book we made on scarf tips and tricks. 😉

    http://www.scarves.net/alltiedup-ebook.php

    • Erica Fehrman 11/26/2011 at 8:53 am

      You made such a pretty display of scarves! I found it on Pinterest. Will definitely check out your book. Thanks!!

  2. Carrie Finlinson 11/23/2011 at 10:53 am

    I am in love with scarfs and this post. Thanks.