How to tie a bandana

Published: 11th April 2010
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1. Lay your bandana out somewhere flat.

2. Fold a single corner of your bandana over, so that the corner point is resting roughly in the centre of the square of material (i.e. aligned horizontally with the two side corners). Note: we have found that this is the best method of folding, however the smaller the amount of fold then the bigger the final bandana size will be (i.e. the more fabric you will then have to stretch over your head) and of course vice versa. So it really depends on the size of the unfolded bandana and the size of your head!

3. Hold the folded bandana at either side of the folded edge and place the flat edge on or near your hair-line (therefore covering most of the top of your head). This is a matter of personal preference, so put it where it is comfortable. It may help to bend forwards at this point, as shown in the photograph below.

4. Moving your hands outwards towards the two side corners, pull them towards the back of your head. You can straighten up at this point, (which leaves the bottom corner of the bandana forwards over your face and so making the next step a bit easier to do).

5. Then simply using the two side corners tie a single knot only at the back of your head, making sure it is tight enough so the bandana is firmly tied but not uncomfortably tight! Brush loose hair out of the way of the knot so that it doesn't get stuck.

6. With one hand hold this single knot so that it doesn't loosen too much, use your other hand to bring the bottom corner over to the back of your head.

7. Finally, tie another single knot, but this time over the bottom corner. This effectively catches the bottom corner of your bandana inside the knot, making sure the bandana stays on your head.

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