Knotting Cards

Every purchase of a Hermés scarf comes with a Knotting Card, one of several cards showcasing different ways to knot a scarf into something fabulously wearable. But if you’re not up to shelling out some major cash, you can actually buy an entire volume of Knotting Cards without purchasing thousands of dollars worth of Hermés scarves. Unfortunately, they aren’t available for purchase at Hermés anymore but you can get them on eBay for about $50 a set . . . the perfect gift for any silk scarf enthusiast!

(via A Lovely Being, images from here and here)

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27 Comments

  1. A scarf, who would have thought. Lovely!

    12.21.10
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  2. Vanessa wrote:

    Just, if you are lucky. Not every purchase includes a Knotting-Card Box. That’s why they are sold on ebay for such high bits.

    12.21.10
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  3. Jeni wrote:

    oh wow, these are amazing! i love the bags and the top! too bad that a knotting-card isn’t included with every purchase, though… poopy.

    12.21.10
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  4. Sofia wrote:

    Wow, this is pretty cool, looks a little like furoshiki, would anyone have any idea how big those scarves are?

    12.21.10
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  5. Aminah wrote:

    what a fre <3 kin great IDEA!!!!

    12.21.10
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  6. Anna wrote:

    Love it!
    Thanks for sharing.

    12.22.10
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  7. Kels wrote:

    Brillant. c;

    12.27.10
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  8. Margaret wrote:

    I love the creativity of this idea. It inspires me to throw open my scarf drawer and start things up!!!! Loving it!!

    1.4.11
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  9. Rai wrote:

    Those Hermes knotting cards are just a must for every scarf! So many ways to wear your scarf! I got them too!
    Check them out here on my blog if you are interested for more ideas 🙂
    http://www.thestyleagenda.com/2010/06/playtime-with-your-scarf.html

    1.4.11
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    • erica wrote:

      Nice, Rai! Love the arm sling card! Classic. xx

      1.4.11
  10. Samantha wrote:

    Love it! The cards seem pretty handy!

    -Samantha

    http://thisfashionista.blogspot.com

    2.25.11
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  11. I love these cards. I remember seeing one or two when I used to work in Vintage clothing resale. I’ve included your image in the post Must Make Monday- Bags on my blog, The Handmade Experiment. http://emilyflippinmaruna.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/must-make-monday-bags/

    Thanks!
    Emily

    2.28.11
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  12. Mao wrote:

    Wow! This is great! I love the hand bag, shoulder bag and the belt. I’m really looking forward to use this folds!

    9.23.11
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  13. Kooki wrote:

    What a great idea
    Ty for sharing it

    12.9.11
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  14. I’m offering a set at my blog if you are interested 😉

    1.26.12
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