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Supplies
1 skein Caron Simply Soft in Sunshine
1 skein Caron Simply Soft in Black
1 set of US5 (3.75mm) DPNs
Yarn needle
3 stitch markers
Waste yarn

Gauge
5 stitches and 6 rows per inch (2.54cm)

Chart

H is for Hufflepuff chart, by SuperJenn

Instructions
Cast on 40 stitches using the long-tail method, place a stitch marker and join in the round, being careful not to twist the stitches.

Work 6 rounds in (k2, p2) ribbing in Sunshine.

Knit 10 rounds in Sunshine (MC).

Knit 2 rounds in Black (CC).

Knit 3 rounds in MC.

Knit 2 rounds in CC.

Work the chart, being sure to keep the stitches loose and twisting the yarn every 5 to 6 stitches when working the center "H" area.

Knit 2 rounds in CC.

Knit 3 rounds in MC.

Left Thumb Gusset
Knit 7 sts in CC, place marker, m1, k1, m1, place marker, knit the remaining stitches.

Knit 1 round in CC.

*Knit 7 sts in MC, place marker, m1, knit to next marker, m1, slip marker, knit the 
remaining stitches.

Knit 1 round in MC.**

Repeat from * to ** until you have 13 stitches between the two markers.

On the next round, k7 in MC, slip 13 gusset stitches onto waste yarn, cast on 1 stitch, knit the remaining stitches.

Knit 2 round in MC.

Right Thumb Gusset
Knit 32 sts in CC, place marker, m1, k1, m1, place marker, knit the remaining stitches.

Knit 1 round in CC.

*Knit 32 sts in MC, place marker, m1, knit to next marker, m1, slip marker, knit the remaining stitches.

Knit 1 round in MC.**

Repeat from * to ** until you have 13 stitches between the two markers.

On the next round, k7 in MC, slip 13 gusset stitches onto wast yarn, cast on 1 stitch, knit the remaining stitches.

Knit 3 rounds in MC.

Work 6 rounds in (k2, p2) ribbing.

Bind off loosely.

Thumb
Place the stitches from the waste yarn back onto the DPNs, distributing them evenly and picking up one stitch where one was cast on.

Knit 1 round in MC.

With MC, k2tog, k10, k2tog (12 sts).

Knit 1 round in MC.

Work 6 rounds of (k2, p2) ribbing.

Bind off loosely.

Weave in all ends and block lightly if desired.

Final Product

H is for Hufflepuff, by SuperJenn


Credit
SuperJenn's tutorial was taken with permission from Stretched Too Thin.

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