Elegant and sophisticated look, this Crochet Savvy Snoodle is incredible. What is a snoodle? It is the combination of a cowl that can slide up over the head to be like a hood.
Fabulous attention to the detailed stitches combined with natural-looking buttons for a refined look. This is using Canoe by Sugar Bush Yarns.
This design is by Michelle Moore of Sentry Box Designs for Sugar Bush Yarns. See more of Michelle’s designs below.
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Comments on “Crochet Snoodle Pattern”
I just found this and fell in love with it. I notice on the pattern however for row 4 is different on the pattern on Yarnspirations and the pattern you show in the tutorial. Says to 3dc in first stitch and you have it in first chain stitch and then your pattern states to go across in the chain spaces. I’m confused lol. Have had to rip it out 10 times – still working on my tension also 🙂
Just follow the written words as the pattern sometimes gets updated after a tutorial is filmed up. If you cross compare when they do updates like that, it can be misleading as one is conflicting the other.
Decades ago, when I learned this stitch(one of my favorites) the pattern had us go into the back loop only when drawing up the 7dc. The effect is very destinctive.
Under the “more patterns” section, #2 is listed as Crochet Hug Poncho Pattern, but the hyperlink takes me here, a leg warmer pattern: https://thecrochetcrowd.com/multiple-sizes-child-to-adult-crochet-leg-warmers/
Michael was able to get that updated. Here is the link to the article with that pattern attached https://thecrochetcrowd.com/crochet-snug-as-a-hug-poncho-for-kids-to-adult-sizes/
No blue button
Is there a tutorial? I’m getting a lot more “holes” than I think I should.
Thank you this is exactly what my boss is wanting.
I’m so glad I found this site!!!!! I too get so excited over yarn and pattern ideas❤️ I’m going to attempt a Tunisian hook cardigan, I cannot wait!!!!!
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