Harry Potter Scarf by Judy Saunders
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Harry Potter Scarf

December 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in single ribbing
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1320 - 1540 yards (1207 - 1408 m)
one size
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Gauge is in ribs per inch, rather than stitches. 16 ribs (visible stitches) is 32 stitches.

Made up in a simple single ribbing, with no shaping necessary, this is a great beginner pattern. Details about the story behind this pattern can be found at the website.

Sizing is huge. This scarf measures almost 11 feet long and 10” wide. I actually recommend knitting with smaller yarn and needles for a more reasonable sized scarf unless you really want something humongous.

If using the Cascade 220, you will need 6 skeins of your main color and 1 skein of your contrasting color.

I used duplicate stitch to weave in my ends.

I was able to knit 16 rows per hour (continental style), so it took me 47 hours of knitting, plus time to wind up the skeins into balls and time to weave in the ends. I would schedule at least 50-55 hours total.

The dense fabric made by the single ribbing and 100% wool yarn make this a very warm scarf.

If you need any help with the pattern, or notice any errors, please drop me a line at segwyne@gmail.com.