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2 skeins of DMC Pearl Cotton in size 5 #815 garnet (MC), or the house color of your choice
1 skein of DMC Pearl Cotton, size 5 #976 gold (CC), or the house color of your choice
Set of 4 US/0 (2.00 mm) DPNs
B/1 (2.25 mm) steel crochet hook
Tapestry needle

44 sts and 60 rows per 4” (10.16 cm)

Final Measurements
1.5" wide by 9" long (3.8 cm x 22.9cm), including fringe

Follow knittingwithlaura‘s original Harry Potter Bookscarf Pattern, with the following changes:

Use the suggested k1,p1 ribbing method.

Knit only 12 rows of MC before switching to CC for stripes.

Final Product

Extremely Small Hogwarts House Scarves

aliciajoy’s pattern was taken with permission.

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