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© Thea Eschliman


Supplies
3 skeins of Karabella Stardust in copper
1 skein of Karabella Piuma Gold in blue
US/8 (5.00 mm) needles
Yarn needle

Instructions
Cast on 24 stitches.

Stripe Pattern
12 rows of copper
4 rows of blue

Knit the stripe pattern in (k1, p1) ribbing until your scarf is the desired length.

Finish with 12 rows of copper.

Bind off in pattern.

Finishing
Add fringe or a braid, if desired.

Author's Note: If you choose to add the Stardust as fringe you must knot the end of each strand to avoid some nasty unraveling.

Final Prodcut

Glam Rock Ravenclaw Scarf - 1

Glam Rock Ravenclaw Scarf - 2

Glam Rock Ravenclaw Scarf - 3

Glam Rock Ravenclaw Scarf - 4

Glam Rock Ravenclaw Scarf - 5

Credit
Thea Eschliman's tutorial was taken with permission from thea-trical.blogspot.com.

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