Occasionally something that should be simple can confuse people into believing it may be too hard to attain the skill needed. Headscarf tying is no exception to the rule. In the book 'Headscarves, Headwraps & More' I try to make life simple by using different ways of conveying the same message... so there is a photo showing the desired look, a set of CAD illustrations so you get a detailed idea of how to achieve the end result, and simple written instructions with no jargon.
I'm gradually adding my own videos which show you how to tie some of the scarves in the book. I can't do much better than following the example of YouTube videos posted by some of the Pros. Bit by bit I'm sure I'll improve my presentation skills. In the meantime here is a near perfect example of how not to be afraid of experimenting with your scarves.
This very useful video is from wrapunzel.com
It's called "Show that scarf who's Boss!", and should be helpful to both beginners and more experienced wrappers alike. Look out for the 'beginners luck' knot - how easy is that!