Knitting Man’s snood



Like many of you I am sure, I love knitting and doing crochet in winter. A kind of creative hyperactivity leads me to constantly start new projects before completing the previous one. Inevitably, some are finished but after my first crochet beanies you’ve seen here, I made a new one for my mom and I have also completed a snood which is knitted. It’s been awhile since I had done anything for my man. For his birthday in January, I started the creation of a knitted snood. From the book 400 points knitting Publishing Marie Claire, he chose the stitches he wanted before we discussed the feasibility and hoped rendering. In the end we chose a granita stitch with a twit in the center.


As I didn’t know the granita stitch I started doing a sample that has allowed me to have an overview of the rendering with the chosen yarn. From this sample, I deduced the number of cells to assemble and it was gone!


For the supplied, I used for a snood of 37 cm and a circumference of 84cm:
– 7.5 balls of size 7: Rapido color Oil from Phildar
– 1 pair of needle 7
– 1 cable needle
– 1 meter
– 4 markers
– 1 needle to connect the two ends of the structure to form the snood.




And here is the result! What do you think? It suits him not, doesn’t it?



Kim, tricoteuse passionnée

Kim, tricoteuse passionnée

Merci d'avoir pris le temps de me lire.
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