I had not heard of one until recently. If I was comfortable in my own skin, I would model what I have made but since that is an issue with me....I had to take the one off the site I found my pattern from. You can find the pattern here.
Here is mine.... I made it reversible...
Here is the other side.
She suggest in her pattern that you use knit for the band because it would stay on better.
I plan on doing a tutorial on a reversible snood soon, if you are interested.
Why a snood you ask? Well....I have a very dear friend from Missouri that has a daughter 33 with 3 small children that was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. She is having to have a double mastectomy. I knew her when she was just a young woman, so I went online to see if there was something I could do. You know, we all feel helpless and just want to do.... So these snoods are what I came up with, I call them snoodies.
I will say that it has taken me all day to do this snood. I had to read the directions several times..well....throw a fit...read the directions...throw another fit...read again. I just kept saying...if I coud just see a picture (she did give pictures but not for what I was needing).....but in the end I figured it out but I still dont know about the band, it was much larger than the actual hood, is it suppose to come out a little? Does it really matter? I am thinking it doesn't matter. To me it matters...I wanted to do it right...but what is right when you can't see what right it? Okay....sorry....I could keep going. Least ways it is done, I am happy with it and plan to do more.
The winner of the iron on transfers is Marlene from Stitching by the Lake....
Thanks to all of you who joined in.