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Prisoner of Azkaban Style Wristwarmers

© Moya

Supplies

Red Heart Comfort in house colours
Set of 4 US6 (4.0 mm) DPNs

Gauge

20 sts per 4” (10 cm) and 24 rows per 4” (10 cm)

Instructions

Cast on 36 sts in MC (red for Gryffindor, yellow for Hufflepuff, blue for Ravenclaw and green for Slytherin).

Divide onto three needles (12 sts on each).

Join in round.

Round 1: k2p2 repeat to end of rnd

Repeat round 1 three times (four rnds of ribbing).

Knit in round for six rounds.

Switch to CC (gold for Gryffindor, black for Hufflepuff, bronze for book Ravenclaw, silver for movie Ravenclaw and Slytherin) and knit 3 rounds.

Switch to MC and knit 2 rounds.

Switch to CC and knit 3 rounds.

Switch to MC and knit 10 rounds.

Switch to CC and knit 3 rounds.

Switch to MC and knit 2 rounds.

Switch to CC and knit 2 rounds.

Bind off first two stitches of third round in CC. Knit to the last two sts of the round and bind them off.

Work with MC in stockingette for nine rows, creating thumbhole.

Closing Thumbhole

Cast on two sts, purl to end. Cast on two sts.

Using CC, knit to the end of the row, then join in round.

Knit 2 more rounds in CC.

Switch to MC and knit 2 rounds.

Switch to CC and knit 3 rounds.

Switch to MC and knit 6 rounds.

Repeat round 1 (k2p2) for 4 rounds.

Bind off.

Final Product

Hufflepuff PoA Style Wristwarmers

Credit

Moya’s pattern was taken with permission from xephyr-42.livejournal.com.

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