Hill Head Snood Knitting Pattern, pdf knitting pattern, scarf knitting pattern, cowl knitting pattern, knitting patterns for women

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Hill Head Snood Knitting Pattern, pdf knitting pattern, scarf knitting pattern, cowl knitting pattern, knitting patterns for women

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This is a pdf download of a pattern to hand knit this striking short row stripe snood, inspired by the colours and treasures found on my favourite coastal dog walk, Hill Head. It is part of a mini accessories collection which includes the Hill Head Mitts and Hill Head Beanie patterns which can also be found in my shop.

The pattern is in a pdf format and is available for instant download. Once payment is confirmed you will receive an email with a download link.

The snood is created from a 10 section pattern which uses short rows to produce a lovely and unusual wave like stripe effect. This pattern is then repeated and the two ends grafted together to form a loop.

This versatile neck warmer can be worn as a long loop to make a style statement, doubled up to create a cosy collar, or over the head like a hood to keep the ears warm on a particularly chilly or windy day. I have used Rowan Felted Tweed DK in my pattern example but you could use it as a stash buster, mixing textures and colours to create a unique work of wearable art.

Worked to the tension stated in the pattern, the snood measures 100cm in circumference (39 1/2inches) and is 22cm wide (8 3/4inches).

Skill level: easy/intermediate. The snood is worked in stocking stitch and garter stitch. The pattern requires a provisional cast on, short row shaping (wrap and turn) and grafting (Kitchener stitch). A photo tutorial on short row shaping is available on my blog, link: https://nickybarfoot.wordpress.com/2017/09/12/how-to-work-short-row-shaping/

Materials:
• one 50g (175m/191yds) ball each of Rowan Felted Tweed DK in shades 170, 196, 193, 157, 185, 197.
• a pair of 3.5mm needles (US 4) or size to obtain tension, a similar size crochet hook and small amount of smooth contrast waste yarn for the provisional cast on
• tapestry needle

Tension:
23sts and 30rows to 10cm using 3.5mm needles.

All my patterns are written in English using standard UK knitting terminology.

©Nicky Barfoot 2017. Please note that patterns are protected by international copyright laws. Please respect my copyright and the hard work that goes into producing my designs and do not copy or circulate this pattern without my prior permission. Thank you.
Hill Head Snood Knitting Pattern, pdf knitting pattern, scarf knitting pattern, cowl knitting pattern, knitting patterns for women

***INSTANT DOWNLOAD***

This is a pdf download of a pattern to hand knit this striking short row stripe snood, inspired by the colours and treasures found on my favourite coastal dog walk, Hill Head. It is part of a mini accessories collection which includes the Hill Head Mitts and Hill Head Beanie patterns which can also be found in my shop.

The pattern is in a pdf format and is available for instant download. Once payment is confirmed you will receive an email with a download link.

The snood is created from a 10 section pattern which uses short rows to produce a lovely and unusual wave like stripe effect. This pattern is then repeated and the two ends grafted together to form a loop.

This versatile neck warmer can be worn as a long loop to make a style statement, doubled up to create a cosy collar, or over the head like a hood to keep the ears warm on a particularly chilly or windy day. I have used Rowan Felted Tweed DK in my pattern example but you could use it as a stash buster, mixing textures and colours to create a unique work of wearable art.

Worked to the tension stated in the pattern, the snood measures 100cm in circumference (39 1/2inches) and is 22cm wide (8 3/4inches).

Skill level: easy/intermediate. The snood is worked in stocking stitch and garter stitch. The pattern requires a provisional cast on, short row shaping (wrap and turn) and grafting (Kitchener stitch). A photo tutorial on short row shaping is available on my blog, link: https://nickybarfoot.wordpress.com/2017/09/12/how-to-work-short-row-shaping/

Materials:
• one 50g (175m/191yds) ball each of Rowan Felted Tweed DK in shades 170, 196, 193, 157, 185, 197.
• a pair of 3.5mm needles (US 4) or size to obtain tension, a similar size crochet hook and small amount of smooth contrast waste yarn for the provisional cast on
• tapestry needle

Tension:
23sts and 30rows to 10cm using 3.5mm needles.

All my patterns are written in English using standard UK knitting terminology.

©Nicky Barfoot 2017. Please note that patterns are protected by international copyright laws. Please respect my copyright and the hard work that goes into producing my designs and do not copy or circulate this pattern without my prior permission. Thank you.

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