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Enid's Snood Pattern

Updated: Mar 5

Hey all! Welcome back to another free pattern!! I am so excited to share today’s pattern with you all. It was such a fun make and I made a lot of friends while figuring out how to make it, so this pattern is very special to me now. Today we’re going to be making my interpretation of Enid Sinclaire’s “Snood” from the show “Wednesday” on Netflix. This pattern was such a fun little challenge to figure out, but I love the finished product and I hope you will too!!

I binged “Wednesday” with my husband when we both had Covid and when I saw the snood, I instantly decided I needed one! When I went to try and find a pattern, I found some very beautiful ones, but they didn’t quite feel as movie accurate as possible, so I set to work designing my own pattern that encapsulates what I see on the screen. Unfortunately because of the Covid, I had terrible brain fog and trying to figure out how to make Enid’s snood felt like I was staring down the most complicated puzzle in the world. I took probably 30 pictures of frames that you can mostly see Enid holding/ wearing her snood, I even went to Emma Myers’s Instagram to see if she had any pictures of it in natural light and SHE DID! The longer I stared at all those photos, the more confused and foggy my brain felt. Luckily some very wonderful people on Instagram stepped in and helped me reverse-engineer what we were looking at. I have said this a lot over the last few days, but I want to say it again. I am so very very grateful for all of my newfound crochet friends, and the fiber arts community as a whole. You all are the reason why I love crochet SO MUCH. I have never met so many kind people in one place. Almost every person I’ve talked to feels like I’m speaking to an old friend (and I am one of the most socially awkward and anxious people I know haha). I feel so incredibly honored to know all of you and I can’t wait to know more of you in the future!

A short warning before we get started on today’s pattern; I still have pretty bad brain fog even though I’m not sick anymore, so please bear with me as I try to get this pattern out. I am putting out what makes sense to me right now, but as my head goes back to normal, I may have to come back and edit things that might not make sense. So, if you are confused about anything or need help, please, please, please, reach out to me!

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For this pattern you will need:

-Worsted weight yarn (size 4)

-10mm crochet hook

-Yarn needle



DC- Double Crochet

WS-Wrong Side (the back side of the piece)

RS: Right Side (the front side of the piece)

St: Stitch

Ch: chain

Yarns used (but you can use whatever yarns you want!):

Red heart: “Baby Pink” and “Shocking Pink”

Caron (One Pound): “Soft Pink”

Big Twist Value: “Dark Rose”

And a mystery yarn I lost the label for LOL… I think it’s also Big Twist, but I’m really not sure. I’m going to refer to it as “Dusty Pink”


Gauge doesn't really matter for this project. You can feel free to adjust the length based on your preferences!

**Every Row will be working with two yarns held together. Rows 13 and 15 will be one strand of each color held together.**

(RS) Row 1: Starting in Baby Pink (two strands of yarn held together), Foundation sc 120 stitches, ch 2

(RS) Row 2: (Baby Pink) DC 120 st. Tie off and weave in ends.

(RS) Row 3: (Baby Pink) Rotate your work 180 degrees (don’t flip the work) so that the right side is still facing you. Working on the unworked side of the foundation chain, ch 2, hdc 120. Tie off and weave in ends.

(WS) Row 4: (Shocking Pink) Turn work over to the WS. Working on top of the last row, ch 2, DC in 3rd loop 120st. Tie off and weave in ends

(RS) Row 5: (Soft Pink) Flip back over to the right side, DC 120st. This is the last row we will be working on this side of the foundation chain, so tie off, weave in ends, and rotate work 180 degrees so that you’re set to work on top of the other side of row 2.

(RS) Row 6: (Dark Rose) on un worked edge of row 2, ch 2, DC 120st.

(WS) Row 7: (Dark Rose) ch 2, DC 120st

(RS) Row 8: (Dark Rose) ch 2, hdc 120st. Tie off, weave in ends.

(WS) Row 9: (Dusty Pink) ch 2, DC in 3rd loop 120 st. Tie off, weave in ends.

(RS) Row 10: (Shocking Pink) ch 2, DC 120st. Tie off, weave in ends.

(RS) Row 11: (Soft Pink) keeping right side face up, go back to the opposite end of your piece (where the last row began) ch 2, dc 120st. Tie off, weave in ends.

(RS) Row 12: (Dusty Rose and Shocking Pink) keeping right side face up, go back to the opposite end of your piece (where the last row began) ch 2, dc 120st. Tie off, weave in ends.

(RS) Row 13: (Dusty Pink) keeping right side face up, go back to the opposite end of your piece (where the last row began) ch 2, hdc 120st. Tie off, weave in ends.

(WS) Row 14: (Dusty Rose and Shocking Pink) DC in 3rd loop 120st. Tie off, weave in ends.

Now that the flat piece is done, all that’s left to do is sew it up! Be sure not to twist it! Match up the two ends and sew or crochet them together. Then you can add some optional tassels! I did not add the tassels to mine and totally forgot to make one to show you all, but here's a really great video on youtube of how to make some tassels very easily!

Now your snood is all finished!! And the fun part is if you don’t want the extra texture showing, you can flip it inside out and wear it that way, just like they did in the show with the original snood!

Thank you so much for joining me today to make this Snood from Wednesday! I hope you have fun making it and if you do, you should email me at or tag me on Instagram @cutiepie_crochet and show me your finished snoods! <3

That is all for this week's pattern! I can't wait to see you here next time! Until then, HAPPY CROCHETING! <3

2 commenti

nancy estes
nancy estes
22 mar

Do you have a Bluey pattern.

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Bobbie Huddleston
Bobbie Huddleston
11 dic 2022

Love it, Looks just like Enid's. Great work. Thank you

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