Saturday, August 16, 2008

As Long as the Books


The Harry Potter Scarf, patterned after the ones shown in the Prisoner of Azkaban movie, took forever to knit and it is incredibly long. I made this for a friend who is a Harry Potter addict.

The indoor shot, below, shows the claret color more accurately and the outdoor shot, above, shows the gold more accurately.

Details
Yarn: Emu Superwash in Claret (no. 2) (now no. 1512) and Gold (no.6), 330 g. total weight. This yarn is now made by a new company which no longer offers the gold color.
Needles: Bamboo 16" circulars in 4.25 mm (US 6) for the c/o, b/o and main knitting, 3.75 mm (US 5) addi turbos for the first and last 5 rows to reduce flaring.
Pattern: A free download from Atypically.Knit
Size: 7.5" by 100"
Begun: '05
Completed: '08
Notes:The pattern called for the scarf to be knit in the round but I didn't want that heavy a scarf so I knit it in K1 P1 rib on 80 stitches. I didn't carry any of the striped colors up the sides which meant I had over 120 ends to weave in on this baby.

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