Foulard de la semaine

Shown here are a couple of simple knots.  Start with one of the basic folds for square scarves from last week’s video.

I like a granny knot for a more casual, unstudied look.  A square knot is fine if you prefer, but will look more “done.” 

The second look is great for wearing with a jacket or suit, but also works with a tee shirt and jeans when you don’t want the ends flapping around or dragging in your soup.

Here’s a pic of the scarf used:

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26 Comments

  1. November 5, 2010 / 11:54 am

    Tres jolie. I also love Les Nubiens and that song is one of my favorites.
    How big a square are you using?

  2. November 5, 2010 / 12:53 pm

    Thank you for the lesson! I love having new ways to wear old scarves!

  3. Maravonda
    November 5, 2010 / 3:30 pm

    Good Morning Pseu! I want to thank you for the scarf tutorials! Very helpful! Please, keep them coming!

  4. Anonymous
    November 5, 2010 / 6:20 pm

    You are so pretty! Love the scarf tying lessons.

    cg

  5. November 5, 2010 / 6:53 pm

    I hadn’t noticed the pattern on the scarf before. Love it.

  6. November 5, 2010 / 8:37 pm

    I love these little tips about ~Les foulards~ it’s one thing to accumulate a wardrobe of beautiful scraves it’s another to know how to wear them. Thanks Tish!

    ~Dianne~

  7. metscan
    November 5, 2010 / 2:17 pm

    Keep these coming!

  8. La Belette Rouge
    November 5, 2010 / 4:08 pm

    I love that you are doing this. Because of these videos I will actually have more than one way to wear a scarf.

  9. Patricia
    November 5, 2010 / 11:40 pm

    I am loving these tutorials!

  10. Terri
    November 6, 2010 / 1:01 am

    Thank you, thank you. I was admiring a librarian the other day who had tied her scarf in that square knot. I wondered how she had done it, but didn’t have opportunity to ask. Now, I know!

  11. Linda C.
    November 6, 2010 / 11:44 am

    I had never been able to wear scarves until you showed me a certain little style.
    Thank you so very much!

  12. November 6, 2010 / 3:16 pm

    My chere Pseu,

    You look so pretty in your videos. You also have gorgeous hands (nice ring btw).

    Oh yes, the lessons are invaluable.

    xo
    Tish

  13. Spacegeek
    November 6, 2010 / 6:23 pm

    I always seem to tie my scarves the same way, so thanks for the inspiration! Btw, maybe it’s my computer, but the oct 29 video doesn’t seem to play…

  14. November 6, 2010 / 7:26 pm

    I love that particular scarf! Could someone please tell me the name of it so I can look for it from a reseller? Thanks.

  15. November 6, 2010 / 7:29 pm

    Never mind, I just saw the name at the end of the video.

  16. November 6, 2010 / 10:26 pm

    I love mices to pieces!

    What a great scarf. I love the approach you took in the video. Very approachable. Your hair looks superb, too!

  17. November 6, 2010 / 11:11 pm

    Another fine video – merci! And I am pleased to see that you voted.

  18. November 7, 2010 / 12:48 am

    You do such a great job in these videos! and I love

  19. November 7, 2010 / 12:49 am

    You do such a great job in these videos! and I love

  20. Marguerite
    November 6, 2010 / 11:08 pm

    Dear Pseu, Just wondering how you learned to tie your scarves with such ease? Do you have a large collection? I seem to favor the longer rectangular shape at the moment. What is your favorite scarf and tie? Merci!

  21. November 7, 2010 / 2:27 pm

    Keep the videos rolling. Loved the music and the entire production!

  22. November 7, 2010 / 5:15 pm

    NancyK – this is a 35″ square. I’ll do some ties for smaller squares in the next few weeks.

    Town and Country Mom – you’re very welcome, and I’m glad these are helpful!

    metscan – will do! I’m having fun putting these together, so expect to see a few more.

    hostess – thank you! I’m getting the hang of it, I think.

    Maravonda – thank you! I’m so glad these are helpful and I plan to do at least a few more.

    LBR – oh, I’m so glad! Scarves can be such a great way to jazz up an ensemble.

  23. November 7, 2010 / 5:22 pm

    cg – thank you so much. I’m glad you enjoy these; I have fun doing them!

    The Clever Pup – thank you! Hermès scarves always have so much incredible detail in the print. I consider them wearable art.

    Dianne – thanks so much! (actually I’m not Tish, but I’m very flattered to be mistaken for her!)

    Patricia – thank you!

    Terri – you’re very welcome. I’m happy to be of assistance!

    Linda C. – oh, I’m so glad you’re finding ways to wear your scarves; that’s great to hear!

    TishJett – mille mercis ma chere amie! The ring was a custom design from Wendy Brandes. She does such amazing work!

  24. November 7, 2010 / 5:27 pm

    Spacegeek – you’re very welcome! I was just able to play it, maybe it just had trouble loading?

    SewingLibrarian – it’s “Les Toits de Paris” and I found it through http://www.luxury-scarves.com. They have a “wishlist” feature and will notify you if a scarf you’re looking for has become available.

    Elizabeth – thank you so much!

    Marguerite – thanks! I have several scarves of different sizes and shapes. Really, I just kept playing and experimenting, and trying to copy things I liked. It’s really just a matter of practice.

    Marsha – thank you! And I always say, “If you didn’t vote, don’t complain!”

    materfamilias – thanks so much!

    The Style Crone – thank you, and I love what you did with your large scarf today!

  25. Susan Tiner
    November 8, 2010 / 5:48 pm

    I love catching up on these videos. Thank you for the scarf lessons!

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