Matilda Snood PDF Pattern

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This pretty snood is perfect for the days when your hair won't behave - just tuck it in and tie it up! The wheat pattern on this style is just stunning. Make it for yourself or a friend!

To make this snood, 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.

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

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♥ Hannah Jasmine

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Fast arrival. I love how it is making up. My daughter has already claimed it.
Dec 2, 2014 by Patricia Carrier

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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.

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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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