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need a pattern of a hair snop

Posted by nette35 (midnyte8@juno.com) on
Wed, Mar 4, 09 at 8:43

my daughter wants a hair snog that attaches to a barrette so that she can tuck all her hair in to it any direction will be helpful thanks


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RE: need a pattern of a hair snop

I have no idea what a hair snop or hair snog is. Could you tell us a bit more about it? Neither nets any results with Google that make sense.


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RE: need a pattern of a hair snop

We used to wear snoods, but I never had a pattern.


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Think Mellie, in Gone with the Wind....remember, she wore this 'thing' aroundher hair that was gathered at the nape of her neck...it looks like a very large holed mesh bag....(looks like lots of yos)...you fit it around your bun, and secure it, usually at the top....its called a Snood... dictionary says it is "A small netlike cap worn by women to keep the hair in place"
If you do a google with this as your subject, you'll find lots on knitted snoods; "snood" +knitting instructions


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RE: need a pattern of a hair snop

Check out crochetpatterncentral and knittingpatterncentral. Both have bun cover and snood patterns for free. Quite a few, in fact.


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RE: need a pattern of a hair snop

Here you go:

http://www.knitting-and.com/knitting/patterns/hair/snood.htm


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RE: need a pattern of a hair snop

thanks for the answers I need one to crochet because I have not mastered knitting yet


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RE: need a pattern of a hair snop

There are many on the net in crochet also. I made several for my granddaughter who is in ballet. They were all the rage in her class. Try this link crochet.about.com/library/weekly/aa080898.htm


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