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Prisoner of Azkaban Style Scarf

© Eyesthatlightup

Supplies

US7 (4.5 mm) Circular Needle
Yarn in burgundy for Gryffindor, yellow for Hufflepuff, blue for Ravenclaw, green for Slytherin (MC)
Yarn gold for Gryffindor, black for Hufflepuff, bronze for Ravenclaw (movie), grey for Ravenclaw (book) and Slytherin (CC)
Yarn Needle
Stitch Marker

Instructions

Cast on 60 stitches in main color (MC) and join in the round.

Continue knitting in the round with MC for 20 rows.

Stripe Pattern
*Knit 4 rows in contrasting color (CC).

Knit 3 rows in MC.

Knit 4 rows in CC.

Knit 25 rows MC.**

Finishing
Repeat from * to ** until the scarf is the desired length.

Knit 20 rows in MC.

Bind off, weave in ends and sew the ends of the scarf closed.

Add fringe, if desired.

Final Product

Gryffindor Prisoner of Azkaban Style Scarf
Ravenclaw Prisoner of Azkaban Style Scarf
Slytherin Prisoner of Azkaban Style Scarf

Credit

Eyesthatlightup's tutorial was taken with permission.

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