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hillel_kitty 04-09-2005 11:51 PM

snood
 
Hi, I'm looking for a decent snood pattern. I've found several patterns for bun-holders (which is not what I'm looking for), and lots of sites on where to buy snoods, but nothing on how to make actual snoods (crochet or knit). Below is a picture to give you an idea of what I'm talking about:



I snagged this pic from Lady MacSnood's website (credit where credit's due, eh?)

thanks!

brookenic 04-10-2005 12:25 AM

http://www.knitting-crochet.com/found/snood.html

Here's one I found. There is no picture. I just Googled knitted snood pattern. There were alot of hits. ~Brooke

Julie 04-10-2005 12:27 AM

Here's a link to a snood thread over at the knitty forums:

http://knittyboard.com/viewtopic.php?t=3250

hillel_kitty 04-10-2005 12:55 AM

thanks!
 
I'd seen some of those before, but the ones I'd seen looked like 1940's glamour-girl styles. I was hoping to make a few of these to wear to a ren fair (or to work, to cover my frequent bad hair days).

One of the sites you'd posted had a link to netting -- which would acutally be more accurate for the fair. I'm going to try that! Thank you!!!

Sara 04-10-2005 12:14 PM

You might try a company called AlterYears. Their website bites and you have to call them for customer service- (626) 569-9909 PST M-F 10-5:30; but they were very helpful and have GREAT patterns. I've made about six Irish Renaissance dresses and leines from one of their patterns and the hardware they sell for closures is beautiful. If I remember correctly before the travesty of their current web presence, they had snoods advertised.

Another place is tudorshoppe.com, they might be able to point you in the right direction.

Sara 04-10-2005 12:26 PM

Ooo! Oo, oo! I found a pattern for making a snood! It is looped, rather than crochet or knit, but it looks easy to do with no outlay for equipment.

http://members.tripod.com/nicolaa5/articles/hairnet.htm

If the link doesn't work, I googled the words "snood head".

KellyK 04-10-2005 12:50 PM

I found THIS

and THIS is a good idea, too!

Hildegard_von_Knittin 04-11-2005 10:29 PM

OT... this is what I thought you meant when I saw the word "snood" ... this game got me through college!

Anyway, I'm going to make a mini-snood for my neice: she's 5 and her hair is nearly down to her butt! (will my SIL cut it? noooooooo. Will she complain about it? yessssssss!!!!) Anyway, she's always flipping it around and getting it all knotty when she's playing outside, so i thought this would help. I'll probablly sew some flowers or something else girly around the headband part.

hillel_kitty 04-12-2005 05:53 PM

I love that game. Nearly got me kicked OUT of college!


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