Four Snood PDF Patterns - Floral Collection

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Don't you find it frustrating when someone has an item that you'd just love to make, but they don't have the pattern for sale? After repeated requests for patterns for various items in my shop, I have at last put my nose to the grindstone. Here four of my snood patterns (Joan, Juliet, Amelia, and Matilda) are available at a discounted price.

To make any one of these snoods, you will need size 10 crochet thread (bedspread cotton), 1 yard of 3/8 in wide satin ribbon, and a size 7 crochet hook.

Fits most head sizes.

These patterns are for personal use only.
You do NOT have permission to recopy, rewrite, or redistribute these patterns in any form as your own or otherwise. You may NOT resell my patterns. You are welcome to sell finished items made from these patterns, but you must mention my Etsy shop name in your listing.

As always, convo me with any questions.

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Thanks for looking!
♥ Hannah Jasmine

Average review
Good clear instructions. Juliet is a bit challenging, but Amelia and Joan are gorgeous. Haven't gotten to Matilda yet!
Feb 25, 2015 by theplaidpolkadot

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I put a good deal of time and care into each item, so that my customers will be completely satisfied. If I have misrepresented an item so that it is unsatisfactory, I will work with my customers to come to a reasonable reimbursement, whether through return and refund, or replacement.
All sales on patterns are final, no refunds.

Additional policies

All my items are available to be made custom in a different size or color. Allow up to 4 weeks for sweaters or other big items, up to 2 weeks for smaller items, such as snoods or scrunchies. All items are made in a smoke-free environment, and are kept away from our little animals.
I have three points that I price by:
Type of material: I try to get as many things as possible on sale, and if I can, I pass on these good prices to you.
Amount of material: The bigger the item, the more material it takes; the lacier the item, the less material it takes; items are priced accordingly.
Amount of detail/time: Although I don't have a specific price-per-hour I charge for labor, I do gauge prices by approximately how long and tedious each item was to make.
For custom items, I charge a non-refundable down-payment of 15% of the estimated final cost before beginning the project, and the remaining 85% on completion of the project.

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Items will arrive wrapped attractively in white tissue paper and tied with a scrap of yarn. If you wish to add a personal message, just let me know; I'd be happy to do it!