Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

There’s nothing better than snuggling up to something warm as the weather gets colder, and a snood is the perfect project to get your crochet skills out. Make it for yourself or as a Christmas present for someone special!

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern

Time to make : Approx six hours

Suitable for : Beginners

You Will Need

How to make:

This Snood is made by working rows, it consists a simple pattern of a “V” stitch and a “Fan” both made up from a Treble Crochet stitch.

Stitches used (UK terms):

  • CH – Chain Stitch – Yarn around hook (from the back) draw through loop on hook.
  • SS – Slip Stitch – Put hook through work and pull yarn through work and through loop on hook.
  • TR – Treble Crochet – Yarn around hook (from the back) put hook through work and draw yarn back through (3 loops on hook) yarn around hook, draw through 2 loops on hook, yarn around hook, draw through 2 loops on hook.
  • “V” Stitch = Into the SAME space work the following – 1 x TR, 1 x CH, 1 x TR
  • “Fan” Stitch = Into the SAME space work the following – 3 x TR
  • CH 42. Loosely or use a larger hook for the foundation chain only.

Row 1

TR into the 5th CH from your hook.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

CH 1 and work another TR into the SAME space. This is now known as the “V” stitch.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

Skip 2 stitches and prepare to work into the next .

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

Work 3 x TR into the next stitch. This is now known as the “Fan” stitch.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

***SK 2, then work a “V” stitch into the next, SK 2, then work a “Fan” stitch into the next. Repeat all the way across, finishing on a “V” stitch with 2 stitches remaining.

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To end the row, work a TR into the last stitch.

Row 2

CH3, then work a “V” stitch INTO the centre of the “V” Stitch of the row below.

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Next work a “FAN” into the CENTRE of the “Fan” below.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

Work all the way across working “V” stitches into the “V” Stitches, and “Fans” into the “Fans”.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

To end the row work a TR into the turning CH of the row below as shown in the photo.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

Every row is now the same as Row 2. Work until you have used all three balls of wool – leaving just enough for sewing up.

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Then make a single CH stitch, cut the yarn at a long enough length to sew the ends together then pull the loop up and out to form a knot.

Sew your two ends of your snood together with a whip stitch, and weave in your ends.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

And that is your comfy, cosy, snood finished! Wear with pride.

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

Cosy Snood Crochet Pattern #crochet #snood

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  • Nicola Edwards

    Making this today wish me luck lol total beginner

    • http://blog.hobbycraft.co.uk/ Hobbycraft

      Good luck! Let us know how you get on @Hobbycraft 😀

  • Julia Worth

    How many chain should I start off with?
    There does not appear to be any guidance.

    • Vicky Cawrey

      Hi Julia. The foundation chain is 42 (it’s the bullet immediately above Row1). Looks like quite a simple patten – good luck with it!

  • Ilona Bowron

    I have started this, and just finished the first ball of wool. Once you get familiar with the stiches it is really fun. Only tip I have is to make sure you are consistent with where you stitch into the Fans. It took me a couple of goes to figure this out. Looking forward to finishing this project!

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