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Fabulously Fluffy Snood

Fabulously Fluffy Snood
Fabulously Fluffy Snood
This image courtesy of bergeredefrance.com

The Fabulously Fluffy Snood is a warm and cozy addition to your winter wardrobe. The deep blue-green color really pops on those cold and blustery days. Your neck will feel incredibly warm when you wear this knitted snood. Plus, this free knitting pattern is quick and easy, so you will be able to work it up in no time. The easy knit snood is made using fun yarn, so this accessory really stands out from the crowd. You can also try your hand at this free snood knitting pattern and give your creation to a family member or friend. Anyone who receives this knitted snood is sure to treasure it for many years to come.

The finished snood measured flat is approximately 30 cm (11¾ in) wide & 22 cm (8½ in) long.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 5 balls Abakan Petrole Yarn (34251)
  • 6.0 mm straight knitting needles
  • 1 wool needle

Stitches Used

Stocking Stitch (St st), using 6.0 mm needles.
Row 1 (RS): knit.
Row 2: purl.
Repeat these 2 rows.

Tension/Gauge

To achieve a good result it is essential to make a tension square:
15 sts & 19 rows over St st using 6.0 mm needles = 10 cm (4 in) square.

Instructions

Using 6.0 mm needles cast on 33 sts.
Starting with a knit row work in St st for 60 cm (23½ in) [114 rows] total.
Cast off all the sts and cut the yarn 130 cm from the knitting. This yarn will be used to sew the seam.
Fold the snood in half (right sides together), matching the points A & A’ and B & B’, then make a back-stitch seam between AA’ to BB’ (see instruction pages).
With the wool needle, slip the tail end of the yarn through a few rows at the edge and cut the extra yarn off.

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Fashionable with that certain je ne sais quoi - takes relatively little time to knit - a wonderful gift for friend, family member, or me. I quite like this one although I think it is more a cowl or infinity scarf than a cowl...

This pattern has a big impact style-wise. Plus, it looks so soft and cozy.

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