Now I've put that image and tune into your heads to annoy you for the rest of the afternoon, let me show you the snood I finished yesterday.
So much nicer than Nik's yellow jersey snood, I'm sure you'll agree!
4 balls of Rowan Cashsoft DK that I found in a bargain bin went into this. Cashsoft DK is a blend of merino, microfibre and cashmere, so it is deliciously soft and warm. What it was doing in a bargain bin I'll never know.
I confess I was a little bored of making it by the end because of all those puff stitches, but the stitch pattern is perfect for a snood or scarf. The puff stitches lend warmth, texture and definition and the more open V-stitches lend drape and a surprising lightness.
This is intended for a Christmas gift but I'm going to find it hard to part with.
Hook :: 6.0mm
Yarn :: Four 50g balls of Rowan Cashsoft DK in shade 00505, Mist, a soft grey
Length :: 130cm before joining the ends
Enjoy your weekend all! Let's hope it doesn't snow too much...