I fell in love with knitting when I was 4 or 5 years old, watching my mom’s knitting. I loved to sit close to her and follow stitches that were running from one needle to another. It was like a ...
I fell in love with knitting when I was 4 or 5 years old, watching my mom’s knitting. I loved to sit close to her and follow stitches that were running from one needle to another. It was like a miracle for me!
At that time my mom showed me knit and purl stitches and I was really happy knitting scarves for my teddy bears and dolls! But then I did not knit for a long time.
As a student, I was making lots of sweaters for me and my friends. But the real passion for knitting came to me when I became a mom. With the birth of my kids knitting has become a major hobby for me, a real relaxation and a special world of discovery and adventure.
At the same time I had a desire to create my first own design.
As for every mom, my world for me – it is my kids, and everything that I do in my life, I do first of all for them! And, of course, also knit first of all for them. :) They are my main inspiration in creating new designs.
That is why, mainly, I create designs for kids.
This snood will warm up your neck in these winter, cold days.
S - child (regular loop)
M - adult (loose loop)
L - adult (twice around neck)
XL - adult (2.5 loops around neck)
S (M, L, XL)
18 (24.5, 50, 59) / 46 (62, 124, 150) cm
7.5 (9.5, 9.5, 12.5) / 19 (24, 24, 32) cm
Needles and Materials:
- Mondial Superwool (100% merino wool, 50g " 125m), " 50 (100, 200, 250) g
- Circular needles US 3 - 3.25mm and US 4 - 3.5mm
or size to obtain gauge.
This snood complements Fern Field Hat.
21 sts and 30 rows = 10...10 cm, over cable pattern with needles
US 4 - 3.5mm, after blocking.