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Juli's Snood

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Juli's snood is a beautiful pattern that she won a blue ribbon for in her local county fair. This free crochet pattern uses single crochet and double crochet stitches. You can use any color thread you want to match your lifestyle.

Juli's Snood

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Crochet Hook: C/2 or 2.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Materials:

  • Size 3 crochet thread
  • Size C/2.5 mm crochet hook
  • 22-23 inches of round elastic with ends tied together

Gauge is not important.

Abbreviations: ch—chain, dc—double crochet, sc—single crochet, sl—slip stitch, sp—space, st--stitch

Foundation: ch 4 join in ring with sl.

R1: ch 5(counts as dc, ch2), * dc, ch 2, * 6 times sl in 3rd ch. (7 dc)
R2: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc in same st, ch 2, * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R3: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc in same st, ch 2, dc in top of dc, ch 2, * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R4: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2 in same st, dc, ch 2, in next 2 st * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R5: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2 in same st, dc, ch 2, in next 3 st * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R6: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2 in same st, dc, ch 2, in next 4 st * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R7: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2 in same st, dc, ch 2, in next 5 st * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R8: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2 in same st, dc, ch 2, in next 6 st * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R9: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2 in same st, dc, ch 2, in next 7 st * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R10: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2 in same st, dc, ch 2, in next 8 st * around, sl in 3rd ch.
R11: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc,rd ch.
R12: ch 5, * dc in top of dc, ch 2,* around, sl in 3rd ch.
Repeat R12 until desired length.
Last R: ch1, sc around elastic in each sp and st, end with sl in 1st sc, fasten off and weave in ends.


 

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Leave a comment...You get what you pay for.....this pattern is CRAP. The instructions do not work and they've supposedly made corrections, but when you look, they haven't. If you want to make a snood, this is not the pattern to use. I spent hours "messing" with this and finally just designed my own. Shame on you for wasting people's time and pretending to be something you're not. Reported to Ravelry.

I had to revise my revision. Sorry about that. Here is the last revision I hope. Julis Snood Revised Instructions (Easier to Understand and Follow) Abbreviations: ch - chain, dc - double crochet, sc - single crochet, sl - slip stitch, sp - space, st - slip stitch, * * - repeat instructions between stars, [ ] means repeat instructions in brackets x - "x" plus a number means repeat that many times. For example [ ]2x, means repeat instructions in between the brackets two times. * *5x, means repeat instructions between stars 5 times. Foundation: ch 4 join in ring with sl. Round 1: ch 5(counts as dc, ch2), * dc, ch 2, * 6x (6 times) sl in 3rd ch. (7 dc), sl in 3rd ch. Round 2: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, ch 2, *6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 3: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, dc in top of next dc, ch 2, *dc in next dc, dc in same st, ch 2, dc in top of next dc, ch 2*6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 4: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]2x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]2x*6x (repeat everything between stars 6 times), sl in 3rd ch. Round 5: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]3x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]3x*6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 6: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]4x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]4x*6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 7: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]5x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]5x*6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 8: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]6x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]6x*6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 9: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]7x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]7x*6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 10: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]8x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]8x*6x, sl in 3rd ch. You may continue to increase for a few more rows if you like to adjust fit or size of snood for a larger head. Add +1 on each x (times) that are in the brackets only, per row added. Note that you repeat round 11 to desired length. Round 11: ch 5, dc in top of next dc, ch 2 all the way around, join with slip st in 3rd ch. Repeat Round 12 until desired length. Last Round: ch1, sc around elastic in each sp and st, end with sl in 1st sc, fasten off and weave in ends OR for last round: I am using a side comb attached to the top of snood and using ribbon instead of elastic. Optional Last Round: ch 3, 2 dc in ch 2 loop, *1 dc in top of next dc, 2 dc in ch 2 loop* repeat around row, sl in 3rd ch. I used a 5 or F hook with 3ply nylon cord #1. The snood was heavy. I think a (number) #2 nylon cord with a bright color would be great for a little girl or young adult. It would be easy to wash and very durable. The next one I am making is with a 0 hook and Bernat #5 Handicrafter crochet thread that is 100% acrylic. Read more at http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Crochet-Accessories/ == Julis-Snood/ct/1#ruEECvW1fx5xDGVe.99

Julis Snood Revised Instructions With this revision I will give a higher rating. (Easier to Understand and Follow)Round 3 is wrong. Work for hours trying to figure this out. Once I caught on to what she did. I worked up new instructions that follow. Just scroll down and copy Abbreviations: ch - chain, dc - double crochet, sc - single crochet, sl - slip stitch, sp - space, st - slip stitch, * * - repeat instructions between stars [ ] means repeat instructions in brackets x - "x" plus a number means repeat that many times. For example [ ]2x, means repeat instructions in between the brackets two times. * *5x, means repeat instructions between stars 5 times. Foundation: ch 4 join in ring with sl. Round 1: ch 5(counts as dc, ch2), * dc, ch 2, * 6x (6 times) sl in 3rd ch. (7 dc) Round 2: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, ch 2, *6x, sl in 3rd ch. Round 3: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, dc in top of next dc, ch 2, *dc in next dc, dc in same st, ch 2, dc in top of next dc, ch 2*6x Round 4: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]2x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]2x*6x (repeat everything between stars 6 times) Round 5: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]3x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]3x*6x Round 6: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]4x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]4x*6x Round 7: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]5x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]5x*6x Round 8: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]6x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]6x*6x Round 9: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]7x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]7x*6x Round 10: ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]8x, *dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in same st, [dc in top of next dc, ch 2]8x*6x You may continue to increase for a few more rows if you like to adjust fit or size of snood for a larger head. Add +1 on each x (times), per row added. Note that you repeat round 12 to desired length. Continue to round 11. Round 11: ch 5, dc in ch 2 sp,*ch 2, dc in top of next dc, ch 2, dc in ch 2 sp, ch 2* repeat (times as needed) all the way around, join with slip st in 3rd ch. Round 12: ch 5, dc in top of next dc, ch 2 all the way around, join with slip st in 3rd ch. Repeat Round 12 until desired length. Last Round: ch1, sc around elastic in each sp and st, end with sl in 1st sc, fasten off and weave in ends. I am using a side comb attached to the top of snood instead of elastic.

Note I had to revise my revision See Sep 12, 2014

I just finished making this. At row 11 I double crocheted in the top of each double crochet and one double crochet in each chain 2 space and then for row 12- 21 double crochet in top of double crochet and chained 2 in between double crochets

Hi everyone! Thanks so much for letting us know about your experiences crocheting this pattern. We've reached out to the designer and hopefully we can get some pattern updates. We apologize for any inconvenience, -editors of AllFreeCrochet

Don't Try This!!! This site is having fun at our hours of wasted time. These instructions DO NOT work for the picture that is posted. Garbage. Shame on you!

Finally, after several starts, I figured that I had got the hang of making this snood. Even though it wasn't looking like the picture, I persevered. Getting towards the end, and Row 11, I became very disappointed, as there is a mistake in the instructions! I thought if I went into the pattern once again, I would find a correction but by the looks of things, there are a lot of people in the same boat...PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO MAKE THE CORRECTION IN ROW 11!

I, too, am having difficulty understanding these; took it to a crochet pro (47 years) and still stymied; figured out where to put ()s to make it work, but Row 11 still a mystery. And apparently no one cares since I see comments made over one year ago and still the pattern reads the same. BOOO

This is not right. Row 2 says dbl cro, ch 2, dbl cro in each of the dbl cro around. That is not what the one pictured is like.

i love the pattern but it needs to be revised

Love the pattern, but could you clarify Row 11. Is it supposed to be "Row 11: Ch 5, dc in same st, ch 2, * dc in top of dc, ch 2,* around, sl st in 3rd ch."? Thank you for the pattern. Making it for my Stepdaughter's wedding.

i like the pattern but it needs to be re-written properly. in the beginning it is easy but seems to become less specific in the middle and it is totally confusing at the end.

I find this very difficult to follow, the dc then a , does this mean dc in the same sp? I would like to make this as I do the re-enactments with my husband. Please explain!

can you add little beads?

I do not understand Round 11. What does it mean to *dc in top of dc,rd ch.? And where is the second *?

Love the pattern. It is perfect for some #3 thread/yarn I was wondering what to do with. Thanks for sharing. Linda

i've been scouring the internet looking for this particular snood pattern. Thank you Thank you Thank you

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