The largest neckerchief measures 913.64 m² (9834.33 ft²) and the largest woggle has a depth of 1.82 m (5 ft 11 inch) and a height of 1.11 m (3 ft 7 in), and were created by the 121e Groupe Scouts Saint-Étienne-de-Lauzon (Canada), in Levis, Quebec, Canada, on 21 February 2015.
The worlds’ largest neckerchief was of triangular form, coloured brown and yellow and made of a woven synthetic fabric. It was constructed as part of the Scout-Guide Week celebrations, which each year celebrate the founder of the movement, Lord Robert Baden-Powell. The project was not only to break the world record for largest neckerchief and woggle, but also to have it suspended as high as 40 metres using two cranes. At this height, the official witness was able to validate the operability of the woggle to hold the neckerchief in place.