“The Naomi Knot” Tutorial

Wowwwww what a response to the last post!  You all really wanted a tutorial, and I wanted to figure out new ways of doing this awesome Naomi Wrap… so here you go!

Sooooo what should we call it??  I have already thought of “The Naomi” but that probably won’t work because I have a feeling we will have many more wraps on here inspired by her!  Something with the word “Knots”?  But nothing “knotty” please :p

26 thoughts on ““The Naomi Knot” Tutorial

  1. I’ve been wondering, how do you keep the twisted part from sliding off the back of your bun? No matter what I do, eventually some time during the day it falls off the back, and I have to redo it.

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  2. This is exactly what I was talking about when I mentioned trying it with two scarves! Love it and thank you for the shout-out. ❤

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  3. It’s beautiful! I love how easy it looks too – and you are right – it would look really beautiful having it drape down as well. 🙂 I am going to try this for tomorrows head covering. Thank you for sharing this with us!

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  4. Hmmm
    Divine Knott(s)?
    Knotts Over You? (Play on words there, too! (Nuts over you))
    Knott again!
    Knott Me over!
    Hmmm…

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      • So how long to get the knots all the way across your head. I used 2 pashmina type scarves, tied them so I had one long end and just enough to tie behind my head, and the knots still only went half way across my head! maybe my bun is too high??

        p.s.-the knots on only one side did look kinda awesome, but my head kept wanting to tip over!

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  5. Thanks so much Naomi & Andrea! The video tutorial is wonderful- I tried it and am enjoying a purple/ fuchsia combo right now. Love it!!

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  6. What a beautiful wrap! I’m on vacation and only brought square tichels with me, but I can’t wait to go home and try this! It’ll be great for work!

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