Melbourne Snood – online class and crochet pattern
Inspired by lots of excellent coffee and delightful design market outings, the Melbourne Snood is the stylish way of keeping the cold winds at bay in this creative city.
The Melbourne Snood came to life when I was looking for something to keep the cold Melbourne wind off my neck, even in Summer. It’s light and not bulky and perfect for those in-between days when the southerly wind is blowing. Mine hangs in the hallway all year round, and it’s a Melbourne must have – there can be 4 seasons in one day after all!
This detailed online crochet pattern and online class includes easy-to-follow video tutorials. You will receive a link to access this in your order confirmation email.
what you’ll need
- 300g skein of Homelea Bliss yarn
- 25mm (U) crochet hook
- tape measure
- 2 stitch markers / safety pins
- the desire to make something beautiful
Time to make – 2 hours.
Skill level – suitable as a beginner project.
Pattern terminology – UK and US terminology.
Size – 18cm (7.1in) high & 70cm (27.6in) around.
What you’ll master – double crochet (single crochet) stitches regular and back loop only, chain stitches, slip stitches, fastening off, joining together ends.
I hope you love wearing your Melbourne Snood as much as I love wearing mine!
With love, Lynda.