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Crocheted Snood Headband



Looking for a fun crochet pattern for your hair? Look no further. Crochet this hair snood accessory, it can hold your hair back for that great look. Free crochet patterns are awesome when they look like this.

Crochet Snood Headband


Crochet Hook: F/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Oct 15, 2013

I so wish you had this pattern in knitting.


Feb 8, 2012

I think this snood is lovely. I am late in life with long hair and often just pull my hair back at the nape, pull up in a bun, etc. I am not too creative with it but I think dressing my locks with a snood will be attractive and useful in keeping it out of my face and from blowing around. I had not seen a pattern for this before. Many thanks!


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Aug 26, 2011

I am making this snood for a friend who had trouble keeping her hair out of her face, she usually wears scarves, which she has trouble keeping tied, so I thought that this might be just what she needs to keep her hair away from her face.


Jul 26, 2011

Many women wear snoods for religious reasons (Orthodox Jews for instance - married women must cover their hair, some actually wear wigs, but the more relaxed Orthodox women wear these). Personally I was desperately searching for a pattern for my granddaughter who goes to many medieval events. She also has just begun Cheerleading classes and has waist length hair that needs to be controlled! In addition, both she and I have long hair and we work in the garden....ticks just love long fly-away hair....we will make these with finer yarn, in a less open pattern and call them "garden caps". Maybe Gwennyth will just start a new trend...these were very popular in the 80's.... I gave a million of these away while her mother was in junior high school, should have kept them!


Jul 17, 2011

RE: Badger People who wear this kind of thing generally have reasons of their own and regardless of wether or not you personally see the suefulness of a pettern like this, many people do so please keep rude comments like this to yourself.


Jul 15, 2011

I love mine...I wear it riding on the motorcycle...I've found nothing out in the market that's better.


Jun 15, 2011

Umm. FYI I have seen these made with what is basically embroidery floss and they are very cute, come in many colors, and are handy when doing all sorts of outdoors activities like horseback riding, driving in a convertible, working in the garden,etc.. It's called imagination, there are many uses.


Jun 13, 2011

The snood was worn a great deal in the medieval and renaissance periods. There are crocheters who make and sell snoods ($20-$40 each) at Reniassance Faires throughout the country. Those who visit the faires and like to dress in period costumes enjoy wearing these. They seem to be worn more often at the faires in my town when it's very hot in order to keep long hair off necks. : )


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