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Supplies
[2]{3}3 skeins of Bernat Satin Sport in black.
US 6 (4.00 mm) needles, plus an extra for three needle bind off
Stitch holder
Tapestry needle

Sizes
[Knut], also known as small
{Sickle}, also known as medium
Galleon, also known as large

Instructions
Hood
CO [52] {60} 72 sts using the long tail cast-on method.

Rows 1-5: Work in stockinette stitch.

Row 6:
  • K7, [k3, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k2, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k3, m1, k3] to last 7 sts, k7. (64 sts)
  • K7, {k4, m1, k4, m1, k4, m1, k4, m1, k4, m1, k2, m1, k2, m1, k2, m1, k4, m1, k4, m1, k4, m1, k4, m1, k4}, to last 7 sts, k7. (72 sts)
  • K7, (k5, m1, k5, m1, k5, m1, k5, m1, k5, m1, k5 m1, k8, m1, k5, m1, k5, m1, k5, m1, k5, m1, k5, k1, k5), to last 7 sts, k7. (84 sts)
Row 7: Purl, pm in the center of the row.

*Row 8: K7, m1, t k to 1 st before center marker, m1, k1, sm, k1, m1, k to last 7 sts, m1, k7.

Row 9: Purl to marker, sm, purl to end.**

Repeat from * to ** three additional times. ([80] {88} 100 sts)

***Row 16: K to 1 st before marker, m1, k1, sm, k1, m1, k to end. ([82] {90} 102 sts)

Row 17: Purl to marker, sm, purl to end.****

Repeat from *** to **** until there are [108] {116} 128 sts.

Divide the sts evenly between the 2 needles, removing the marker and with right sides facing and perform 3 needle bind off.

Back
*CO [54] {64} 74 sts and work in stockinette stitch for [6"] {8"} 10" ([15.24 cm] {20.32 cm} 25.40 cm) ending with a WS row.

Author's Note: When measuring, be sure to flatten out the rolled edge created by stockinette stitch.

Shaping Armholes
Bind off 6 sts at the beginning of the next two rows [42] {52} 62 sts. **

Continue in stockinette stitch over the remaining sts until the armhole measures [4.5"] {5.5"} 6.5" ([11.43 cm] {13.97 cm} 16.51 cm), ending with a WS row.

Shoulder Shaping
Bind off 7 sts at the beginning of the next 2 rows, work the rest of the row in stockinette stitch. ([28] {38} 48 sts)

Bind off 8 sts at the beginning of the next 2 rows, work the rest of the row in stockinette stitch. ([12] {22} 32 sts)

Bind off the remaining [12] {22} 32 sts.

Front
Author's Note: If you're adding something fancy, like an intarsia House crest, this is the place to do it.

Repeat from * to ** of back instructions.

Continue in stockinette stitch over the remaining sts for [2.5"] {3"} 4" ([6.35 cm] {7.62 cm} 10.16 cm), ending with a WS row.

Neck Shaping
K[20] {25} 30 sts, turn and leave remaining [34] {39} 34 sts on a stitch holder.

Working on these [20] {25} 30 sts only, continue as follows:

Next Row: Purl.

Work 2 rows in stockinette stitch, dec 1 st at the neck edge in every row. (18] {23} 28 sts.)

Work 5 rows in stockinette stitch, dec 1 st at the neck edge in rows 1, 3, 5. ([15] {20} 26 sts.)

Continue in stockinette stitch over the remaining sts until armhole measures [4.5"] {5.5"} 6.5" ([11.43 cm] {13.97 cm} 16.51 cm), ending with a WS row.

Shoulder Shaping
Bind off 7 sts, knit to the end. [8] {13} 17 sts.

Next Row: Purl.

Bind off 8 sts, knit to end. [0] {5} 9 sts.

Bind off remaining [0] {5} 9 sts.

Neck Shaping
With RS facing, join yarn and work remaining [34] {39} 34 sts from the stitch holder.

Bind off 2 sts and continue in stockinette stitch to the end of the row [20] {25} 30 sts.

Reverse all shaping and complete to match the other side of the neck.

Sleeves
CO [35] {40} 45 sts and work in stockinette stitch for 2" (5.08 cm).

Still working stockinette stitch, inc 1 st at each end of every following [4th] {5th} 5th row until you have [55] {60} 65 sts.

Continue in stockinette stitch until the sleeve measures [8"] {11"} 14" ([20.32 cm] {27.94 cm} 35.56 cm), ending with a WS row.

Bind off.

Finishing
Block and press as directed on the yarn label, but don't block out the natural stockinette curl on the bottom of the sleeves, bottom of the sweater, or on the hood.

Join the shoulder seams.

Seam up the sides of the body and the sleeves.

Sew in the sleeves, being sure to match up the seam with the bound-off stitches at the bottom of the armhole.

Join the hood to the body, beginning by pinning the center of the hood at the center of the back and seaming from one side of the front to the other.

Weave in ends.

Just like magic, a wee wizard wrobe has appeared!

Final Product

Wee Wizard Wrobe - front

Wee Wizard Wrobe - back


Credit
muggle_healer's tutorial was taken with permission.

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