I’m not usually one to jump on a trend bandwagon but my love for color, chunky scarves and the new Netflix show Wednesday made this one too tantalizing to ignore! I decided I needed to make my own version of the Enid/Wednesday snood and share the pattern with you all! If you would like to support me as a designer, you can purchase the ad free PDF Version of this pattern in my Etsy shop HERE!!
What you will need for this pattern:
- Enid’s Snood: Super bulky (6) weight yarn in 4 different shades of pink – I chose to use a combination of Michaels Loops & Threads Lush Alpaca in Light Pink, Michaels Loops & Threads Cozy Wool in Petal Pink, Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Raspberry & Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Blossom!
- Wednesday snood: yards of super bulky (6) weight yarn in black
YARDAGE: Just under 300 yards (I used around 285 yards but if you have a looser gauge than me you may need a bit more!)
HOOK: I used an 11mm hook but you could easily use an 11.5mm or 12mm hook for this project!
GAUGE: (4″x4″) 6 HDC stitches x 6 HDC rows
- When chaining to start a row, the chain 1 never counts as the first stitch
- Each round will be joined with a Slip Stitch (SL ST)
- You will be turning your work between each row, this helps to hide the seam a bit more
- If you would like your scarf to be a bit longer/looser you can go up a hook size or two OR add a few more chains to the starting chain!
- Color changes listed below are for the 4 different shades of pink chosen for the Enid version of the snood. You can choose any color combination you like or stick with all black for the Wednesday version!
In color #1
Ch 80, join into the first chain space with a slip stitch (be sure not to twist your chain)
Round 1: Ch 1, HDC into the same chain space you joined into with a slip stitch, continue to work 79 more HDC stitches into each chain space around, join, turn
In color #2
Round 2: Ch 1, HDC 80 around, join, turn
In color #3
Round 3 & 4: Ch 1, HDC 80 around, join, turn
In color #4
Round 5: Ch 1, HDC 80 around, join, turn
Repeat rounds 1-5 with color changes 2 more times (until you have 15 total rows)
I chose to repeat rows 1 & 2 (including color changes) so that my snood had a total of 17 rows! You can continue to add rows until you like the width of your scarf. I wanted to be sure it was wide enough to come up over my head without leaving a huge opening/gap in the back between the two loops of the scarf.