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Scarf How To | Samantha Hahn    Samantha  Hahn is one of my favourite illustrators. Her gorgeous designs combine  digital media, ink and watercolour. I was having a trawl through her  portfolio and found her ‘how to’ section with illustrations she’s done  for different companies and magazines. I particularly like these two  scarf how-to illustrations she’s done. Click on the pic to see more!

Scarf How To | Samantha Hahn Samantha Hahn is one of my favourite illustrators. Her gorgeous designs combine digital media, ink and watercolour. I was having a trawl through her portfolio and found her ‘how to’ section with illustrations she’s done for different companies and magazines. I particularly like these two scarf how-to illustrations she’s done. Click on the pic to see more!

The Bun can be worn with any square shaped scarf and is ideal for 'thick' or heavy scarves as the tie is less likely to come undone and the scarf is less likely to fall back. Make sure that you tie it tightly, but not *too* tight. If the scarf is tied too tightly it has a tendency to slowly slip back on your head. This tie really beings out your face and looks great with earrings!

The Bun can be worn with any square shaped scarf and is ideal for 'thick' or heavy scarves as the tie is less likely to come undone and the scarf is less likely to fall back. Make sure that you tie it tightly, but not *too* tight. If the scarf is tied too tightly it has a tendency to slowly slip back on your head. This tie really beings out your face and looks great with earrings!

I've had a couple of people ask about my scarf I've been wearing for VBS-Babylon this year.  Here is how you do it!  --lbs

I've had a couple of people ask about my scarf I've been wearing for VBS-Babylon this year. Here is how you do it! --lbs

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