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The sticky part of velcro will grab the material of your average scarf quite nicely. I have found that two such pieces of velcro, back-to-back, will lock a scarf in place. Securing the scarf even in a good wind. The whole scarf is used not just most of it. For example, most people lay the beginning end of the scarf on their shoulder, wrap the scarf around a few times and lay the trailing end on a shoulder, but they have to do this because there was no way to keep it tight. With the scarf lock, if you like that name, just press the fore part of your scarf against your face and wrap to your desired tension around your head. When you get to the trailing end you press the velcro against it and then press that against the remaining scarf around your head. Sandwiching the velcro in the scarf. There is one problem, because constantly using the velcro tears at the fabric, it may ruin your favorite scarf over time. However from a business point of view this forces the customer to buy another scarf anyway. Which is actually what a business would want, right?