These hand crocheted hair bun covers in my standard pattern are great for containing your bun and keeping the "fly aways" under control. They make a nice hair accessory by themselves for something pretty to do with your hair or you can pair it with a hair stick. I've sold a lot of these to Ballet and other dancers since they work well to contain a hair bun. The colors pictured in order from left to right are Burgundy, White, Baby Blue, Navy Blue, Brown, Hunter Green, Light Green Variegated, Pastel Variegated, Purple and Red.
The regular size bun covers are about the size of an orange and measure between 3 and 4 inches across. They are adjustable so you can tighten it to fit your bun size.
The covers come with elastic cord in the last row which makes it easy to put on and adjustable to fit your bun. Some can wear it without the need for hair pins. I always add a couple of pins when wearing the bun cover by itself.
See my Etsy shop for more hair snood styles available. I will be adding more bun covers soon as well.
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I do accept requests for custom orders. Send me a message and I can create a listing for any special order.
No, I do not sell my patterns. They are copyrighted and this is how I make my living so they are not for sale.
Yes, I made the snoods worn by Alyssa Milano on Charmed. The listing in my shop for a Net Beaded Snood Standard length is the same style that I made for the show. A replica of the Burgundy Snood she wore is the first one you'll see on that listing.
Yes, I have made several different snoods over the years for DMGM Creative Costuming with Disney, Florida. They are worn by Cinderella's dancers in the daily parade as well as several others have appeared in different productions for Disney.
The length of a snood depends on the thickness and length of ones own hair. If you have fine or average thickness of hair the standard length will work fine. My hair is average and just past the middle of my back and I wear the 8" length. I like having it up off of my back and level with my shoulders. If you'd like it to hang longer or you have longer and/or thicker hair you should go with a longer snood. I would also caution on the Net pattern that if one has very fine or layered hair you might want to choose another pattern. Since the openings are larger on this snood that type of hair may poke through the openings and look messy. A snood with smaller openings works better for ladies with fine hair.