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From the Harry Potter Series! Of course [:
My boyfriend asked me to make him a Gryffindor scarf so this is the result! I started it in the summer...and procrastinated alot ^^; but I finally finished about a week ago yay! You'd probably need a lot of time to make this, but its pretty simple. I recommend wearing this with a black pea coat, or anything that resembles a black robe...hahaha [x

Note: This is my first crochet pattern, so I apologize if things are sort of unclear, just ask me if you need any help with the directions

Posted by indirectkiss from Pingzhen District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan • Published See indirectkiss's 21 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Use red yarn first for a more authentic look.
    Ch 32, when you start, leave a tail as long as you want the tassels to be

  • Step 2

    (this part is kinda hard for me to explain...but I hope you'll understand ._. if you need a picture I'll try to take one)

    ROW 1:
    sc 1 in 2nd ch
    then ch1, sk ch and sc in next ch
    repeat until you reach the end, then ch 1 and turn

    basically you're creating holes so that you can fit the tassels in

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 3
    Step 3

    each stripe should have 14 rows (31 sc)so for the first stripe, sc 13 rows, then change to gold (see below please!) and sc 14, then change to red and sc 14 and so on until the scarf is as long as you want, but for the last row, sc 13 rows (see even belower!). I crocheted 19 stripes total. Try to end the scarf with red also so it looks neater, but you dont have to

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 4
    Step 4

    HOW TO CHANGE THE COLORS:

    when you reach the end of your 14 rows, ch 1 with opposite color instead of the usual color.

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 5
    Step 5

    then cut the yarn, making sure to leave a tail 2 inches or longer

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 6
    Step 6

    i like to sc 2 rows first before knotting the two tails.
    knot it like so

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 7
    Step 7

    then knot it the opposite way...if that makes sense. when you do this, the tails will correspond with their stripe color which makes weaving them into the scarf alot neater.

  • Step 8

    THE LAST ROW:

    basically you're doing what you did in the first row.

    after you ch1 and turned, sc in 1st sc, then ch1, sk sc and sc in next sc

    repeat until the end, then tie it off and leave a tail as long as you want the tassels to be

  • Step 9

    HOW TO MAKE THE TASSELS:

    cut pretty long a string of yarn, about 3 yards. doesnt need to be exact, but just make sure all the strings are the same length. then fold the string in half about three times.

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 10
    Step 10

    poke it halfway through a hole at the end of the scarf

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 11
    Step 11

    take the end of the tassel and put it through the hole you just made

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 12
    Step 12

    then pull the tassel through!

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 13
    Step 13

    I made all the yellow tassels first, skipping a hole between each because those are where the red tassels belong

  • Step 14

    you can trim the tassels to make it neater if youd like

  • How to knit or crochet a stripy scarf. Gryffindor Scarf - Step 15
    Step 15

    and you're done! sorry for the dirty mirror D:

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indirectkiss
indirectkiss · Pingzhen District, Taoyuan City, TW · 21 projects
you just sc all the way across! :
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jt-potter
jt-potter · 1 project
hey um i tried to make a scarf but im not exactly sure how to make rows and ive googled it with crappy results howd you do it??
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Shanna G.
Shanna G. · 1 project
I LOVE this! I can't wait to make one!
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