How to Tie a Blanket Scarf

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Cedar Circle Farm is a farm stand near my dad’s house in New Hampshire. We go there whenever it’s warm enough to be open to pick pumpkins or strawberries depending on the season. This weekend was no different. Anel and I went to pick up a pumpkin, some grass-fed beef, a bushel of freshly-picked apples, and bags on bags of their leafy greens all while drinking homemade apple cider.

Talk about a perfect fall afternoon, am I right? Of course I ended up in my go-to scarf and vest combo for the whole day. I wish it could be fall weekends every day. . .

So many people have asked me on Instagram how I tie my blanket scarf so here is a step by step guide:

1. Fold scarf into a big triangle
2. With the point down and in front of you, wrap the two ends of the triangle behind your neck
3. Continue pulling on those two ends so that they are in front of you
4. Tie the ends together in front of the fabric of the point

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  1. Lyddiegal said:

    Love this scarf, so cozy and chic! I am definitely adding a blanket scarf to my must haves!

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  2. Heidi D. said:

    Obsessed with all of the ways that you style your blanket scarf. I have literally every look book-marked. Would you mind if I included this tutorial in my weekly link round-up?

    Heidi D.

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  3. Cabernet & Chaos said:

    Tie in front! ooo thank you for the idea! I’ve been looking for a new way! I hope perfect fall weather sticks around. I’m not ready for winter!!

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  4. Emily Rhodes said:

    Love this look! Looks like such a fun weekend! I’m from New Hampshire too 🙂

    Emily at Style Cubby

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  5. Rebecca {at} Preppy Panache said:

    Definitely going to have to try tying it like that. I always feel like I end up adjusting mine and tugging it around.

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  6. Kayla D said:

    So happy you shared how you tied your scarf! I have been looking for a new way to tie mine, and now I have it. Thanks! And, you look so gorgeous in these photos!

    Eat Play Dress

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  7. Jen said:

    OMG thank you! I have a blanket scarf that I love from Madewell but I am so terrible at tying it!

    xo, Jen

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  8. Natalie said:

    I want that scarf!! Thank you for showing how to tie it! I know I would get it and be completely clueless…


    Sprinkled With Pearls

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  9. Jessica said:

    A blanket scarf is on it’s way to me now, so I’ll be referring back to this for sure! I don’t want to look frumpy 😉

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  10. Kiki said:

    Lovely photos! I’m so happy I stumbled across your blog. (:

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  11. Marlen said:

    k, well, my life is now changed forever. I’m not sure why i never thought to tie the scarf in that way, but it now looks absolutely amazing! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    xo marlen
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