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The Monceau Knot

The Monceau park was created to be a delightful land of illusions. If the Switz farm, the Dutch windmill or medieval ruins from the 18th century have now disappeared, you can still see its miniature Egyptian tomb or its water lily pond.  
Later one, the Impressionists painted the foliage of its exoic trees and alleys of flowers, like Claude Monnet or Gustave Caillebotte. 

Follow the pathway of Parc Monceau and embellish your carré scarf with a silk flower. 

 

Make your knot

Start with a basic bandana folding and then, make a simple loop with your ring. Follow the instructions step by step below. 

Open your carré scarf out flat.

Open your carré scarf out flat.

Fold an end without overlaying completely.

Fold an end without overlaying completely.

Fold again the other end.

Fold again the other end.

Fold again lenghtwise and bring to the center.

Fold again lenghtwise and bring to the center.

Slide an end through your ring.

Slide an end through your ring.

Do the same with the second half. You now have the basic "bandana" folding.  

Do the same with the second half. You now have the basic "bandana" folding.
 

Then the second end.

Then the second end.

Puff the loop up to create a flower, to your liking. 

Puff the loop up to create a flower, to your liking. 

Place around your neck.  

Place around your neck.

 

Loop one of the ends through the ring again to block it.

Loop one of the ends through the ring again to block it.