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Super easy granny snood

August 01, 2014

If you are looking for something that is ludicrously simple, fun and very quick, here it is.  This snood took my 9 year old just a couple of hours to complete after her Auntie Susan had set the first round up for her!

To make one for yourself, you'll need 2 contrasting skeins of Plump and a 12mm crochet hook.

Make a chain of 32 (if you want the snood to be bigger you need just to make any multiple of 4)

Join the chain into a round (by slip stitching the ends together) - make sure it's not twisted.....

Round 1: ch3 (this is your first treble), make 2 trebles into the base of ch 3, ch1, *skip 3 ch and then make 3 trebles into the next chain, ch1, repeat from  * to end of round and then slip stitch to the first ch3 to join the round.  Fasten off

Round 2: join new colour in a chain space.  Ch3 (counts as first treble), make 2 more trebles into the ch space, ch 1, *3 tr into ch space, ch 1, repeat from * to end of round and slip stitch the round together, fasten off

Repeat round 2 seven more times (snood in 9 rounds in total) alternating colours as you go.

Sew in all ends.  Put on and enjoy!