Flora Snood Crochet Pattern [Free Crochet Pattern]

Updated: May 22

My grandmother wanted a little hair net to cover her hair when she doesn't want it draping on her neck. She asked me to make her something and my designer brain went to work. This pattern calls for 100% cotton and offers a light weight hair accessory that is perfect for working in the garden or just enjoying a warm summer day.




I called it this pattern Flora because as I worked it up, the center of the work reminded me a lot of flowers... I know... I'm original. More specifically, it reminded me of my great-grandma's hydrangeas.


She loved her new accessory and hopefully you'll enjoy my new free crochet pattern đź’š.


I personally had a cone of Lilly Sugar & Cream on my shelf but, you can make one of these with 1.5 of the smaller cakes of cotton.


Materials:


5.00mm crochet hook

Cotton Yarn

Scissors

Yarn Needle

Stitch Markers


Abbreviations:

Ch

st(s)

Sl st

Sc

Ch sp.

* ] - repeat from *


Pattern:


ch 7, join to 1st ch with a sl st


Round 1: *Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3 and skip the next 2 sts. Sc into next st.] Sl st just below the 1st ch 6 to finish.


Round 2: Ch 7, sl st into 3rd chain up. *Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3, sl st into first ch after picot from previous row. Ch 7 sl st into 3rd chain up Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3, sl st into first ch after picot from previous row.] Sl st into the third ch up in that first ch 7.


Round 3: Ch 7, skip 1 ch, sl st into the next ch. Ch 7 and sl st into ch just before the picot from the previous row.Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3, sl st into first ch after picot from previous row. *Ch 7 and sl st into 4th ch from previous row. Ch 7 and sl st into ch just before the picot from the previous row.Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3, sl st into first ch after picot from previous row.] Ch 7 and sl st into first ch of the first ch 7 of the round.


Round 4: Ch 7, sl st into third ch over. *Ch 7 and sl st into the 4th ch in the next ch sp. Ch 3 and sl st into the ch right before the picot from the previous row. Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3, sl st into first ch after picot from previous row. Ch 3 and sl st into the 4th ch in the following ch sp.] When you reach the point right before your stitch marker, ch 7 , sl st into base of the ch 7 at the beginning of the round.


Round 5: Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3, sl st into first ch sp. *Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot st] ch 3, sl st into next ch sp x 3. Ch 6 sl st into ch right before picot from previous row, ch 5 and sl st into ch right after picot. Ch 6 , sl st into ch 3 space from previous row.] In the final section of this round, you should have room to repeat the picots twice more. Sl st twice into the next 2 ch, then sl st into ch sp at the beginning of the row.



Round 6: Ch 3 and sl st into top of picot from previous row. *Ch 5 and sl st into top of next picot x2. Ch 5 and sl st into ch 6 sp from previous row. Ch 3 and sl st into third ch if the ch 5 sp, ch 3 , sl st into next ch sp.] At the end of the row, ch 5 and sl st into top of first ch 3 of the row.


Round 7: Sl st into ch sp and ch 1. *Sc 5 into 5 ch sp x 3, sc 3 into ch 3 sp, sc 3 into ch 3 sp] Join round with a sl st to the first sc of the round.


Round 8: You should have 77 sc around at this point, double check by placing stitch markers at every 11 sts. *Ch 6, skip 5 sts and sc into next st] At the end of the row, you should have made an sc. Sl st into first ch sp of the round.


Round 9: *Ch 6, sl st into 3rd ch from hook [picot stitch], ch 3 and sl st into next ch sp.] At the end of the row, once you’ve made your final picot and ch 3, sl st into sc from previous row.



Round 10: Ch 8, skip the first picot and sl st into the second one. * Ch 7, skip the next picot, sl st into the top of the next picot] At the end of this row, you will simply sl st into the ch sp from the beginning of the row.




Round 11: * Ch 7, sl st into the next ch sp] At the end of this row, you will simply sl st into the ch sp from the beginning of the row.


From this point, we are building up the length of the pattern. This may vary for you depending on the length of the person’s hair. Continue the pattern by repeating Round 11 until desired length is achieved. In the sample pictured in this pattern, I continued for 3 more rounds.



Round 14: Ch 1 and sc 6 sts into each ch sp around end round by sl st into first sc of round.


** If you want this snood to fit the head and not just the ponytail, place 7-8 sc into each ch sp instead.


Round 15: Ch 1 and sc into each st around, end round by sl st into first sc of round.


Round 16: Ch 1 sc into first st, skip 1 st, *ch 2, sc into the next 2, skip 1 st] End round by sl st into first sc of the round.


Round 17: Ch 1 and sc into each st and ch sp around, end round by sl st into first sc of round.



Round 18: Ch 1 and sc into each st around, end round by sl st into first sc of round.


Fasten off


Draw String:* Optional*


Leaving about 6 inches on tail, ch 81 and fasten off with about 6 inches of tail.


Weave your new string through the eyelets made in round 16 and adjust to desired tightness.





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