Password Information: If you’ve purchase the pattern before July 9, 2016, then please note that the password has changed from the original password found on your pattern. The new password is the same as the old one except for one important change: the first word of the old password (“super”) is excluded. For example, if the old password was “supercoolcats” then the new password is “coolcats.” This is due to a technical change in the password system. All customers who purchased this pattern before July 9, 2016 were emailed about this change. If you’ve purchased the pattern after July 9, 2016, then please ignore this note and enter your password as you see it on your pattern. Thanks for your patience!
Welcome to the full video tutorial for the Super Snood! Here you’ll find the video that walks you through the whole pattern, from beginning to end. Woohoo! If you have questions, leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Remember to follow along with your pattern and have fun!
Some knitting tips:
If you’re knitting with a hank of yarn (what looks like a big yarn spiral), check out How to Unwind a Hank of Yarn.
To knit this pattern, you should be familiar with the knit stitch and cast off. Need a reminder? Check out How to Knit.
The video tutorial goes through the longtail cast on, but for a more intensive tutorial, check out the Longtail Cast On.
Some technical tips:
** If the video does not play, try refreshing the page and pressing play again.
** If the video is slow to load, press “HD” in the video player so that it is greyed out. This turns off HD (high definition) viewing and allows the video to load quickly. The image quality will be slightly less sharp, but it will load faster. The other option is to press play, pause the video and wait for a few minutes to allow it to load before playing in full.
** Pressing “HD” in the video player will turn on and off the HD setting for the video. If “HD” is colored, then HD video is turned on. If “HD” is grey, it is turned off.
Share on Ravelry: For the uninitiated, Ravelry is like Facebook for knitters. You can create project pages for each knitting project, add your yarn, needles, photos of your work in progress, and notes on how it’s going. Best of all, you can see other knitter’s projects and ask questions and comments. It’s awesome! If you haven’t joined yet, consider creating an account. It’s free and, frankly, really addictive.
If you have a Ravelry account, add your Super Snood project!