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A Snood for a Hound


 Dizzy Lily
A Snood for a Hound

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A snood for sight hounds, who suffer really badly from the cold due to thin skin and fur. Most kennel coats or outdoor coats can leave a gap around the neck so the snood is a perfect piece of knitwear to cover the gap. This knitting pattern is free to those who knit multiple items for rescue organisations only and I may consider giving it free to those on benefits or pensions if they apply with proof. Other people can download it for a donation of 100% of the proceeds go to a greyhound charity

 

 
Size
S (M, L, XL)
Small- small female approx 24 inches (60cm) in height
Medium – approx 25-27 inches (63.5-68.5 cm) in height
Large – approx 28-30 inches (71 – 76cm) in height
Extra Large – large male approx over 30 inches (76 cm) in height

Finished Measurements
Snood circumference/base of neck 15 (17, 18 ¾, 20) inches,
38 (43, 48,50) cm
Narrowest section approx 10 (11 ½, 12 ½, 13 ¾) inches,
25cm (29, 32, 35) cm

Gauge
16 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches in stocking stitch Fair Isle

Materials
Yarns: Rooster Almerino* 50% Baby Alpaca/50% Merino 94m (103yds) per 50g
1* (2, 2, 2) balls in shade 308 Spiced Plum
*We used exactly 1 ball/90m this size; you may need more if gauge differs
Substitute any Aran/Worsted yarn which knits to the same gauge
E.g. Jaeger Shetland Aran, Cygnet Wool Rich Aran, Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran, Debbie Bliss Rialto Aran.
Needles: US8 (5mm) double pointed needles, 1 set of 5
1 cable needle
Notions: 1 wool/darning needle (to weave in ends)

Skills used
Knitting in the round, cables, simple increases and decreases in purl, rib