Welcome back to my crochet blog. I know the winter season is so much busy for all crocheters. We all love to make cozy and colourful crochet pieces for us and for our loved one. Today I am sharing a crochet snood pattern. These snood or neck warmers are beautiful and trendy. These are probably the easiest thing to make. Snoods don’t demand much time, you can make with beginner expertise and use your stash as well.
Pattern written in US terms
(Insert hook from front to back around the post into the far-side gap. Yarn over and pull through both the gaps. Yarn over and pull through remaining 2 loops on hook.)
- *[ ] repeat until end of the row
- Numbering corresponds to row number
- Ch1 in beginning of each row is the turning chain.
- This pattern requires a 100% acrylic yarn (Bulky), a hook size (6.0 mm) and a sewing/tapestry needle to stitch ends together.
- Gauge: 14 st x 15 rows in 4” or 10 cm of sc stitches
- Total measurement of snood: 74cm x 38cm
Crochet Snood Pattern:
- Row 1: Ch 93, sc in 2nd ch from hook, *[sc in each of the next 91 ch] repeat * until end of the row. (92 st)
- Row 2: Ch1, turn your work, bpsc in 1st sc , bpsc in all the sts until end of the row. (92 st)
Repeat row 2 until you achieve 45 rows in total. Cut yarn and weave in ends.
Option 1: Weave in ends with tapestry needle
Place the row ends parallel to each other. With the length of your yarn, thread the needle and sew the ends through the stitches along the rows, i.e. the width of the snood.
Option 2: Weave in ends with crochet hook
Ch1, place the row ends parallel to each other and sl st along the width of the snood.
The snood has 92 stitches and 45 rows in total.