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Supplies
8 skeins of Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran in 505 - egg yellow
2 skeins of Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran in 300 - black
US 8 (5.00mm) needles
Tapestry needle

Instructions
CO 69 sts in egg yellow (MC).

Ribbing Pattern
Odd numbered rows: (K1, p1) across.

Even numbered rows: (P1, k1) across.

Stripe Pattern
Author's Note: This stripe pattern is taken from atypically.net's PoA Scarf pattern.

*Work 27 rows in MC.

Join black (CC).

Work 3 rows in CC.

Join MC.

Work 5 rows in MC.

Join CC.

Work 3 rows in CC.**

Making sure to continue the ribbing pattern throughout, repeat the stripe pattern until your scarf is the desired length.

Bind off.

Finishing
Weave in all ends.

Fringe as desired.

Block your scarf.

Final Product

Hufflepuff Scarf


Hufflepuff scarf - 2


Hufflepuff scarf - 3



Credit
Dreamteam's tutorial was taken with permission from knittyinpink.blogspot.com.

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