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Silk Snood Head Coverings


Silk fabric make great snood headcoverings and is prized for its versatility, wear ability and comfort. There are a variety of silks and silk blends that may be available periodically - china silk, brocade silk, charmeuse (crepe back), chiffon, doupioni, georgette, silk linen, silk satin, and tussah silk (raw silk). Refer to our Sizing Chart for help with selecting the appropriate size for your hair length..

Lavender Embroidery Floral Silk Snood

Ease of Wear and Fitted Comfort
Headcovering - Black Lined Snood Headcovering Black Lined Snood Head Covering #2

A unique snood to enjoy wearing throughout the year.

  • silk blend fabric
  • handmade
  • hand wash, air dry
  • with ties or with elastic front for slip on wear


Sizes Available:

  • x-small - best fit short to shoulder length hair
  • small - best fit short to shoulder length hair
  • medium - best fit shoulder length to upper waist length hair
  • large - best fit upper waist length to hip length hair


SLK1 - $20.99

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Fabric Definition


Silk - A natural filament fiber produced by the silkworm in the construction of its cocoon. Silk is a naturally strong, lustrous, and fine fiber that produces long-lasting, versatile, and high-quality multi-purpose fabrics.. All silk comes from Asia, primarily China.

Fabric Care


A few important rules need to be observed as silk is a natural fiber and cannot be treated as synthetic fiber fabrics.
  • Never spray silk with perfume or deodorant
  • Never expose silk to direct sunlight for long periods of time
  • Don't spray silk with water while ironing
  • Always iron the backside only
  • Never wring dry


Silk can be washed by hand without being damaged using a mild soap, cool water rinse, do not wring! If needed, wrap in a towel to remove excess water. Hang to dry. If ironing is needed be sure to use a slightly warm iron and iron only from back side.

Modesty Moment


Instead of 'Covering the Hair' being viewed as a restraint and encumbrance, it should be considered as the crown of glory of the woman, which it truly is.