How to Tie a Wrap

To purchase, visit our Silk Wraps catalogue pages.
See also our You Tube videos on How to tie a scarf using magnets and How to tie a Wrap.
For many ways to tie a scarf see our Hand Dyed Silk Scarves catalogue pages.

Our silk satin wraps are uniquely designed, hand sewn and dyed in the U.S. using silk from China. They make bright and colorful afternoon or evening wedding wear, are great for traveling, or as a beach sarong coverup.  Also known as ruanas, shawls, or pareos, they can be hand washed and laid flat or dried on low heat.
Not just a rectangle, our wraps are U shaped with a cutout for the neck.  Here are a few ways they can be tied:

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Hanging Loose

Front corner tied to
rear corner on each side.

Front corners tied together
behind the waist

Front corners tied together over the shoulder

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Front corners crossed over and tied behind the back

The same with the
lapel folded down

Rear corners brought around and tied in front

Tied around the waist

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Front corners tied loosely
in an overhand knot

The same tied a bit lower

Held together with a scrunchie

Held higher with a scrunchie

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You may print this page
for handy reference.

If you buy a wrap from us we will mail you a printed page.

To purchase a wrap,
visit our Silk Wraps
catalogue pages.

One corner thrown over
the shoulder

Wrapped around the waist,
crossed over the front,
and tied behind the neck.

The same with the lapel turned down