DIY scarf tutorial {easy and fun!}

I have been blown away by your response to our new hope{full} line. I hoped you would catch the vision of what we’re trying to do–but I had no idea how supportive and enthusiastic you’d be. My heart is full. Thank you!

The team and I had SO much fun styling the hope{full} scarves for the photoshoot. I thought it would be tricky to recreate the look–but it’s so do-able! Seriously fun and something different. Each video is only about 1 minute long–so take a moment and watch them.

Lisa Leonard Scarf Style #1: Big Bow from lisa leonard on Vimeo.

Lisa Leonard Scarf Style #2: The tucked in hair from lisa leonard on Vimeo.

I gave it try this weekend–and success! It was easy and it stayed in my hair all day. Now I think I want a scarf in every color.

I love this wearing this scarf and knowing I am helping to feed a child in need and changing the life of the woman that made it. It is humbling and inspiring. How are you wearing your hope{full} scarf?


  1. Hi Lisa! thanks so much for this tutorial. it comes timely for me as I am starting chemotherapy for breast cancer. I still have my hair but am trying to educate myself before I need the scarves etc. The bow will look fun over my caps! Many thanks-Sandy

    1. Sandy, I think this would be an adorable look if you lose your hair. Thank you sharing a bit of your journey–sounds like you’re at the beginning of something difficult. Sending you a big big hug right now. xo

  2. I cannot wait for my new scarves to arrive. The colors are so perfect. And what a great way to give back. Thanks, Lisa, for taking this on and moving forward to make a difference.

    1. Penny, I’m not kidding–but I’m totally having fun. PS I think YOU could totally pull off this look!!

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