January 3, 2023

The Wednesday [Inspired] Snood

So... Yeah... I watched Wednesday on Netflix, and I noticed the crochet clothing and accessories. I really liked the snood that her friend gave her, and I figured that some awesome crochet designer had already come up with a pattern for it. And, of course, I was correct! And I was happy about it. I decided to follow the Enid’s Snood – Wednesday-Inspired Crochet Snood Free Pattern by The Loopy Lamb. She made the pink version of the snood, but I decided to make the black version that Wednesday wears. The pattern was very quick and easy to follow. For this pattern, you can either crochet with two strands of worsted yarn together, or you can use a bulky or super bulky yarn. I used the super bulky Bernat Softee Chunky yarn.


I found some black Bernat Softee Chunky yarn in my stash, and I grabbed my 9mm crochet hook. I really enjoy using my wooden hooks. I only have two or three. 

I followed the pattern as written, and it worked up really fast. I made the snood in a few hours. Of course, I had to use my black and white yarn bowl for this project. 

Once the crocheting part was over, I had my mannequin head try on the snood. I set her on top of one of my wire mannequin dress forms. I've been thinking about naming her. Not sure what to call her, but the name Sabrina comes to mind. 😁 (Do you see the hand ✋ in the background? Thing, is that you? 🤣)

So now, I need to make some tassels. I used my smallest tassel maker and Vanna's Choice Black and Vanna's Choice White yarn.

At first, I only made three tassels...

But I decided that I actually needed six tassels. 

I used a yarn needle to attached the tassels to the bottom edge of the snood. 

The snoos has all six tassels attached and is ready to wear. I really like the tassels.

I'm really pleased with how this snood turned out. My daughter was admiring it, so I'm going to ask her if she'd like me to make her one in her favorite color, which is purple.

Thanks so much for stopping by to check out my super warm Wednesday [Inspired] Snood, which I'm sharing for the January Sustainable Craft Challenge Blog Hop! The purpose of the Sustainable Craft Challenge Blog Hop (hosted by Julie @ Sum of Their Stories) is to create a sustainable/eco-friendly craft project. This month's theme is Warm, so I created this very warm and cozy Wednesday Snood with yarn I already had in my stash. Crochet is considered slow fashion, which is more sustainable/eco-friendly than fast fashion. Anyhoo, I hope you'll visit the other participant's crafty, eco-friendly Warm creations below! ↓

Shelly | Mimi Blog
Marianne | Songbird


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  1. It's beautiful and warm indeed! I love the little tassels, they're so cute!

  2. I've not watched it yet, is it good? I normally watch this kind of thing with my son but he went ahead and watched it without me over the Christmas holiday when he had some time off work! He didn't mention any lovely knitwear and crochet though, typical! Your snood looks so cosy and warm and I love the little tassels.

    1. Thanks! The show is okay. I didn't plan on watching it, but my husband is a fan of the Addams Family, so we watched it together. Wednesday also wears a sweater that I've seen a couple crocheters recreate on YouTube and Instagram.

  3. Your crochet snood is so adorable and quite in fashion! I'm so glad the snood is coming back! I use to have several years ago. Of course not crochet like yours, but you know the old saying about fashion trends come back around and this is surely one of them!

    1. Thank you, Gail! I wish I would've had a snood when we had snow a couple weeks ago! lol

  4. This is so cute! I didn't know they made tassel makers. I'm definitely going to buy one. When I saw your title and the snood on your mannequin I totally thought it was a Wednesday mannequin. She definitely looks like her with the snood on! You could name her Wednesday lol. Pinned!

    1. Thanks! I should name her Wednesday. I braided her hair in two braids like Wednesday. lol

  5. You are going to get thousands of hits this summer when people start making their Halloween costumes. I'm a big fan of yours, this is wonderful!

  6. I will have to try and make this!

  7. This looks super cosy and warm, perfect for the winter months. And the tassels are the perfect finishing touch.

  8. Wow you are fast! I have just finished watching the series and here you are with a craft project inspired by it. It looks great, totally Wednesday approved. Looks very comfy too.

  9. Hi T'onna, Your Wednesday Snood turned out wonderfully! Thank you for linking up at our weekly Link Party! You are being featured at our Wednesday
    Party #485 this week. Here’s the direct link to the post in case you’d like to share your feature:

    Hope to see you again next week! Rhondda