A simple but effective snood pattern for beginner knitters to celebrate National Knitting Week and Wool Week
Easy knit snood for Wool Week. This cosy double snood is quick and easy to knit, and a great first project if you’ve never worked in the round before A very simple, chunky snood that is just long enough to twist double round your neck and sit snug and keep you warm.
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A simple but effective snood pattern for beginner knitters to celebrate National Knitting Week and Wool Week I love knitting snoods, but knitting in the round can be tricky but gives a nice even finish once you get the hang of the first row.
3. K1, P1 (that’s code for knit 1 stitch, purl 1 stitch) until you’re almost out of wool – make sure you have enough left to cast off! My snood is 22cm high – the longer you make it, the scrunchier your snood. And before you cast off, make sure you’re back at your starting point in the loop.
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Moss stitch snood shown above in Wool and the Gang’s Crazy Sexy Wool in Margaux Red English Rib Snood (with a twist) Difficulty – confident beginner. You will need: 8 x 50g balls of chunky weight yarn suitable for 6mm needles (all the same colour or 4 balls each of 2 colours like we did)
Sensible – pah! I still want to knit myself a pink snood. If there doesn’t already exist an unboxing video of Wool And The Gang kits, there needs to be one. Unpacking mine was a sensual smorgasbord of woolly love. These kits are pricey. The snood would have cost me £45 if I’d paid for mine.