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This glamorous crochet snood pattern gives your winter outfits a touch of timeless elegance. It’s beginner-friendly and works up quickly using super bulky faux fur yarn!
Faux fur adds a touch of glamour and sophistication that gives a nod to Old Hollywood fashion. It’s super warm and snuggly. And it’s cruelty-free so there’s no harm to your animal friends. Do you need any more reasons to make this luxurious faux fur snood?
This snood scarf crochet pattern is so easy to make. It uses only single crochet stitches in the round to make a long tube — no sewing required! You can bunch it around your neck like a cowl or pull it over your head like a hood.
Of course, Lion Brand’s Go For Faux yarn comes in 16 colors, so you can customize your crochet snood to complement your wardrobe. I made mine in a soft pink but wouldn’t it be gorgeous in a warm winter white or jet black?
This pattern is 1 of 13 patterns featured as a kit through Lion Brands 2023 Countdown to Xmas. I’m so honored that my pattern was picked as one of them. You can get my Faux Fur Crochet Snood Pattern Kit here which gets you the yarn and a free copy of the PDF pattern, too!
Now let’s get started!
Table of contents
- Crochet Snood Pattern
- Get the PDF of the Faux Fur Snood Crochet Pattern
- How to Crochet the Snood Scarf Crochet Pattern
- Video Tutorial for the Crochet Snood
- Free Written Pattern for the Faux Fur Crochet Snood
Crochet Snood Pattern
This faux fur snood pattern is perfect for every skill level of crocheter, even a beginner. Because it uses super bulky yarn, it takes very little time to make, which means you can quickly whip up a whole bunch for holiday gifts.
If you’ve never crocheted with faux fur yarn, there’s just one caveat I want to tell you about. Although it is made from basic single crochet stitches, it may be hard to see your stitches with Go For Faux yarn. Don’t worry, though. I know you can do it and I’ve provided a video tutorial below to help you!
Get the PDF of the Faux Fur Snood Crochet Pattern
This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
You might also like these festive crochet Christmas accessory patterns:
- Gift Box Earrings
- Chevron Wave Christmas Stocking
- Spiral Christmas Tree Skirt
- Christmas Mosaic Ear Warmer
So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this luxurious hooded cowl.
How to Crochet the Snood Scarf Crochet Pattern
Materials you will need
- Lion Brand Go For Faux (Super Bulky, 100% Polyester/100g), I used:
- Pink Poodle ([322-205BF], Millenial Pink) – 4 skeins
- 8.0 mm hook -> I used Furls Crochet Odyssey Hook
- use NICKI15 for 15% off
- tapestry needle
2 sc x 2 rounds = 1 square inch
20 inches tall x 15 inches in diameter
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- st/sts = stitch/stitches
- ch = chain
- sk = skip
- sc = single crochet
- sl st = slip stitch
Video Tutorial for the Crochet Snood
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Free Written Pattern for the Faux Fur Crochet Snood
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This pattern uses only single crochet stitches, but with Go For Faux yarn it may be hard to see your stitches. Make sure to “feel” them. I added additional tips to the video in terms of how to count stitches and rounds with this yarn.
The companion video provides you with a tutorial on how to get started with the pattern.
Crochet Hooded Cowl Snood Pattern
Ch 45, slip stitch the first and last ch together to make a loop
R1: 1 sc per ch, all around
Use a stitch marker as you will crochet in continuous rounds without a slip stitch.
R2-48: 1 sc per st all around
Fasten off and weave in your ends.
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