Camo Hunting Snood/Neck Gaiter

Camo Hunting Snood/Neck Gaiter

Camo Hunting Snood/Neck Gaiter
Camo Hunting SnoodNeck Gaiter

"Every hunter needs comfort and warmth out in the woods. This super easy beginner crochet pattern shows you how to make your favorite hunter their very own neck warmer. Some call it a cowl, a gaiter, a snood, a scarf. Whatever you call it- it's easy to make, fun to wear, and great to give. Ribbed design gives visual interest to this basic garment, and variegated yarns make camouflage patterns that blend right in with hunting attire. Stretchy and tall, this hunting snood can cover the whole neck from collar to hat and stretch up to cover nose and mouth for extra warmth. Double over and wear as a collar, scrunch and wear as a cowl, or pull it up over your face like a neck gaiter. This versatile garment is just what the hunter ordered."

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge: 4 rows, 7 sts = 2” square in hdc(blo)

Finished SizeFinished Size: 11.5” long and 8.25” wide (tube) Adult

Materials List

  • Red Heart Super Saver in Camouflage
  • Tapestry Needle

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This pattern is worked in rows, and the garment is stitched up both side seams to form a tube. The special stitch used is BLO, working in the Back Loop Only. This pattern can be used for a man or woman. Use Red Heart pink camo yarn for a woman.

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