Harry Potter Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
December 13, 2016 by
When Harry Potter and the Cursed Child came out, I needed to make a scarf that screamed Harry Potter. I made this scarf during the fall, and much to my satisfaction, it screamed fall as well! This burgundy and gold blend is so warm and cozy. I decided to make the scarf more feminine by making it into an infinity scarf. This was also super easy, its only comprised of half double crochets! This is definitely a project to do while watching Netflix
Slip stitching last and first rowsThis is the part that makes your scarf into an infinity scarf.To slip stitch together, turn your work so the last HDC you made is on the right side.Lay out the scarf and fold over to match up the ends.Keeping the loop on your hook, find the first stitch of the row to insert your hook into. Yarn over and pull through. Keep doing that all the way to the end you should have done this through 30 stitches.Sometimes its tricky to find that very first stitch, if your number is less than 30 you will have to go back and do it again so the scarf is not uneven.
A Note About This Hogwarts Scarf Pattern:
According to fan forums, the stripe pattern consisting of a large block of color followed by two smaller stripes is reserved for older students in their third or fourth years.
First and second year students wear scarves with large blocks of color.
In this pattern tutorial, well go through the third and fourth year scarf style, with two smaller bands of color.
Quick And Easy Free Crochet Gryffindor Scarf Pattern
Fall has me channeling my inner Mrs. Weasley with all the cozy yarn projects. But I have less time than ever to sit working on projects so the bulky yarn that works up really fast always wins. Im using Lion Brands Hometown USA for this Harry Potter lovers chunky scarf. Olive is being Hedwig for Halloween so I used two colors that remind me of all things Gryffindor even though Im teccccchnically a Hufflepuff. Im being the laziest ever version of Harry Potter aka this scarf, black northface and my real glasses. After Halloween Im giving this one to Lilly and making myself a new one!
2 skeins of Lion Brand Hometown USA in Madison Mustard
2 skeins Of Lion Brand Hometown USA in Napa Valley Pinot
US 10mm crochet hook
This pattern uses single crochet for the first and last rows with double crochet in between. The long stripes are created from 3 rows of color A, 3 rows of color B, 1 row of color A, 1 row of color B, and a final single crochet row of color B. It turns into the comfiest chunky Gryffindor scarf ever.
1. Chain 150 + 1 turning chain
2. Single crochet in second chain from the hook all the way across +2 turning chains.
3. Double crochet in back loops only all the way across. Chain 2.
4. Double crochet in back loops only all the way across. Switch colors. Chain 2.
5-7 complete all three rows in same method as rows 3/4 .
9. Do one row in mustard.
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Harry Potter House Scarves
Thursday, February 28, 2013 by Lolli
This crochet pattern has been months in the making. My 13 year old, Necco, decided in January that she wanted to crochet scarves for each of the Hogwarts houses from Harry Potter. She began with a yellow and black Hufflepuff scarf and worked her way through each of the Hogwarts houses Ravenclaw, Slytherin, and Gryffindor. Shes been posting pictures on Instagram of each of her Harry Potter house scarves as she has finished them, and has received a ton of requests for the pattern. So for all of Neccos followers, and for all of mine, heres the free crochet pattern!
Necco made this pattern up and it is very forgiving. You can change up the hook size or the yarn weight for a different look. She has made some scarves a little wider, and some a little thinner. Dont like half double crochet? It will work just as well with a double or single crochet stitch . Theres no wrong way to make this scarf!
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Harry Potter Scarf Pattern: A Super Quick 2
Im sharing an easy Harry Potter Scarf Pattern that works up quickly and uses just one simple stitch!
Todays Harry Potter Scarf Pattern is where my book nerd self meets the yarn lover. The best of both worlds! This scarf uses a bulky yarn which works up quickly!
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Harry Potter Scarf Pattern
Ever since I have known Cody, although he has always supported my love of crocheting, he has always endearingly teased me about how much I love gifting crocheted goods. Therefore I have never crocheted anything for himuntil now.
Earlier this month Cody and I packed with ten other friends and trooped down to Orlando and stayed in a vacation home for a week. We did it all. Disney World two days in a row, a day to relax around the house, but my favorite day: Harry Potter World!
As a Harry Potter fan, this was a dream come true. The moment I passed through Kings Cross and stepped into Diagon Alley, it felt like had actually stepped onto the pages of Sorcerers Stone. Ollivanders, Weasleys Wizard Wheezes, Magical Menagerie, and more all lined up. I could picture Hagrid giving Harry Hedwig right in front of Ollivanders!
When we went into Quality Quidditch Supplies we were looking through some merchandise and some of my friends went crazy over the Quidditch Scarves, just as seen in the movies.
Cody picked on up, glanced over it, set it down, and proclaimed, Im not getting this. Brandi can make one almost exactly like it. A little prided swelled up in me because I took it as a compliment of some sorts, but then I forgot about it.
A week after we got home Cody was trying his Hogwarts robes, he mentioned how cool it would be if I made him a Quidditch scarf.
Here is the simple, straightforward pattern I used to get a look alike.
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I appreciate the video on how to switch colors. It was a short video but I always learn something when I take the time to look. This is a pretty simple pattern and if you have a Harry Potter fan, I am sure they will love a scarf like this one.
I recently learned that the little boy that lives next door to me is a Harry Potter fan. His name is Raymond and he is just the most polite little boy that you will ever want to meet. He helps me with my groceries and even brings my trash can to the curb all without being told. I think he would love this scarf. I am clueless to the “versions” but I am positive he will know.
I’m learning how to crochet just to make this scarf. I’m going to make it in black and yellow because I’m a Hufflepuff.
I found this pattern some time back when looking for HP scarf patterns. I like it because it actually states how much yarn you need other patterns I found were very vague in that area. It worked up really nicely for me, and I was a relative newbie to crochet.
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The colors of Gryffindor are red and gold. the color I see purple and yellow. I have knitted a Gryffindor scarf. Could be the red came out purple and gold yellow in the picture. Made one for me and my brother.
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Harry Potter Scarf Knitting Pattern
Theres something wonderfully preppy and fantastical about a Harry Potter Scarf, or more accurately, a Hogwarts House Scarf.
Knit in 1×1 rib with affordable acrylic yarn, this scarf is great for beginner knitters looking for a new challenge beyond garter stitch.
With a slipped selvedge edge and a slightly narrow width, this Hogwarts scarf is sleek and modern. Make it a part of your everyday wardrobe or use it as the finishing touch in your Hogwarts cosplay.
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How To Crochet Your Own Gryffindor Scarf
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The houses at Hogwarts have a couple of different patterns of scarves, one with alternating chunks of color, and another with small bars of accent color. It’s a good thing they’re both easy to make.
ch = chain sc = single crochet
We suggest using Super Value Ranch Red and Gold. Mostly because they cost just a few bucks.
Who Should Knit A Hogwarts Scarf
If youre comfortable casting on, knitting, purling and casting off, then youre ready to knit this scarf!
If you need a bit more practice, check out the How to Knit: Ultimate Beginners Guide to get a handle on the basic steps of knitting.
In the video tutorial below, youll learn how to:
- slip a selvedge edge
- make a fringe
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How To Change Colors In Crochet Without Tails
To tuck your yarn ends as you go, hold both the short ends of yarns over the previous row and work Single Crochets over it to hold securely in place.
This is my favorite way to tuck in those stray yarn bits as you go. If not, you will end up with a bunch of yarn tails to weave in the end, which is no fun
So How Do You Start Making This Scarf
Youll need a few things first. Pretty basic, really. Youll need:
- 2 skeins of green yarn, worsted weight
- 1 skein of light gray yarn, worsted weight
- 5.0 mm crochet hook
- Darning needle
If youre not sure what worsted weight yarn looks like in the store, look for a big number 4 on the wrapper. I found the deep green by Caron Simply Soft to be a really nice weight to work with, as well as having a bit of luster to its finish. The label on the side says to use a 5.0mm crochet hook, so youll need one of those. And a pair of scissors for trimming ends.
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How To Crochet A Slytherin Scarf
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It all started with a pair of socks.
It was one of those rare occasions when I managed to bring my husband to the mall. This means a mandatory stroll through the collectibles merchandise store.
Twenty minutes and two bored children later, we emerged with two transformer tshirts, one promise to come back with my sons allowance, and a pair of Slytherin socks almost as fantastic as a nargle.
And whats a pair of Slytherin socks without the matching scarf?
After looking at the selection in the store I remembered that I knew one crochet stitch. One stitch should be enough to make a scarf, right? It turned out the answer is a resounding yes. Thank you, Grandma, for teaching me the single crochet!
After wasting time on the internet I mean research I found there are actually two styles of Slytherin scarves. The earlier Harry Potter movies feature a blocked version and the later movies showcase this lovely striped version. I chose the striped scarf.
If Youve Never Made Something Using Tunisian Crochet Start Here
If you are familiar with Tunisian crochet skip this part and go straight to the pattern.
If you have never used these stitched before, please watch the following videos and familiarize yourself with this stitch since I will not be giving specific instructions about the stitch in this blog post.
Please note that the video creator crochets VERY loose in this video. I crochet very tight. If you crochet loosely like she does, you may have to use a smaller hook such as an N hook in order to get the same look I created with this yarn.
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: : : : : Step Two: Begin Knitting The Stockinette Stitch In The Round
- Knit 13 Rows in the Round in the Knit Stitch. This gives us a nice smooth Stockinette Stitch all around. If youre creating your own color scheme, then you just change colors any time your heart desires.
- Change yarn color to Color B
- Continue knitting, changing yarn colors as you knit, until your scarf is the length you desire, ending with Color A. I knitted 23 color blocks total.
What Colors Should A Harry Potter Scarf Be
Here are my color recommendations for Wool-Ease Thick and Quick Yarn:
- Gryffindor : Use yarn color Mustard and Cranberry
- Hufflepuff : Use yarn color Charcoal and Mustard
- Ravenclaw : Use yarn color Denim and Flax
- Slytherin : Use yarn color Grass and Driftwood
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How To Crochet Your Own Hufflepuff Scarf
The houses at Hogwarts have a couple of different patterns of scarves, one with alternating chunks of color, and another with small bars of accent color. Good thing they’re both easy to make.
ch = chain sc = single crochet
I suggest Super Value’s Yellow and Black yarn. Mostly because they only cost a few bucks.
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Harry Potter Scarf Crochet Pattern
Row 1: With MC, ch 26, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and across.
Alternately, you may work 25 foundation hdc stitches.
Rows 2-17: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across. Break yarn and fasten off.
Row 18: With CC, turn and sl to first st, ch 1, hdc in first st and across.
Row 19: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across. Break yarn and fasten off.
Rows 20-21: Repeat rows 18-19 with MC.
Rows 22-23: Repeat Rows 18-19 with CC.
Row 24: Repeat Row 18 with MC.
Rows 25-40: Repeat Row 19.
Rows 41-155: Repeat Rows 18-40 FIVE more times.
One: Cast On Stitches
Lets begin by making our beloved slip knot. Were going to begin casting on the long tail method onto our circular needle. If youd like a little help on your circular needle, I have a great tutorial on Knitting in the Round.
- Cast On 51 Stitches of your Color A Yarn onto your 8 US 16 circular needle.
- Make sure not to twist your stitches before knitting in the round.
I am casting on 51 stitches because were going to slip from the right needle to the left one stitch. This is going to help join our stitches in the round. Add a little stitch marker.
- Slip one stitch from the left to right needle Place your stitch marker Knit 2 Together
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Alrightey Lets Get Cracking
So, to start off, chain your 25 stitches.
Once youve got the 25 down, add an extra stitch and then loop back the other way. Keep single crocheting rows back and forth until you have a nice wide swath. Mine is 11 rows high.
Then comes a lovely new skill I learned, switching colors
Youll need 2 rows of gray, 2 rows of green, and then another 2 of gray.
Once youre done that, you can start on another 11 rows of the green. Repeat until youve got your scarf to a nice length. In the movies, the scarf ends around mid-thigh. Make sure your last swath is 11 rows of green, then tie off your ends. My scarf turned out to be 13 repeats of the 11 rows of green, which made an 87 long scarf since Im tall and wanted the scarf to be long on me. The movie scarf is 69 long.
How Many Stitches Do You Start With
Start with a chain 10 using the cranberry-colored yarn
Then single crochet into the second chain from the hook and into every chain after that
Turn, Chain 1 and Single crochet into each single crochet stitch
Repeat the pattern row a total of 8 times. Cut yarn and pull through loop
Change color and repeat.
Harry Potter Scarf Pattern:
In the below paragraph, you will find the written Harry Potter Scarf Pattern!
With your P hook, Chain 10 using the Cranberry colored yarn.
Foundation row: SC into the second chain from hook and into every chain after that. Turn.
Pattern row: Chain 1. SC into each stitch. Turn.
Repeat the pattern row a total of 8 times in Cranberry color. Cut yarn and pull through loop. Turn.
Attach the Mustard colored yarn into the SC below by pulling up a loop. Ch 1, SC into same sc, SC into each SC. Complete row and check that there are 9 verticals of SC. This is where you might most commonly miss a stitch.
Work 8 rows in Mustard color
Alternate the two-color blocks till you have a scarf of the desired length.
My scarf measures approximately 4 inches wide and is 60 inches long.