I've also released Marcus' snood pattern on ravelry here - what a handsome pup! It's a free pattern but I'm asking people to make a small donation to GRWE if they like the pattern.
I will be revisiting the pattern over the coming months and adding some other sizes hopefully, I'm not sure whether to fiddle around with the pattern itself or sub in and out with different yarn weights and hooks...
MrJoeyGrey - I am unable to reply to your question in comments, I have been trying all weekend but no luck! In answer to your question, after you have worked into the last stitch of the short row, the next stitch along will need you to drop down to the longer row. If you don't pick up an extra loop you will end up with a small hole in the fabric.
To pick up a loop and close the gap, push your hook through one of the strands in the side of the short rows and pull up a loop, keep this loop on the hook and drop down and pick up a loop (sc) as you normally would, from the next stitch. Yarn over and pull through all 3 loops on the hook. Essentially what you are doing is working a sc2tog, so you are not increasing the stitch count, just closing the gap.
I hope this makes sense and I look forward to seeing your project! If you need any more help please feel free to comment on my post, or pm me on ravelry (redclover) so I can reply directly!