In the movie, Harry Potter, the scarf is different for the younger grades, than it is for the older grades. This is the older grade level’s scarf. It does look a little more sophisticated than the younger scarf.
This scarf is also longer than the first year’s scarf.
Gryffindor: Red and Gold (red being the primary color)
Ravenclaw: Blue and Bronze (The bronze looks gray to me so that is what I used. Blue is the primary color.)
Slytherin: Green and Silver (Green being the primary color.)
Hufflepuff: Black and Yellow (Yellow is the primary color.)
Crochet Materials Needed:
Red yarn- I used Caron- Claret
Yellow/gold yarn- I used Caron- Sunflower
H hook/ 5 mm
7 inches wide
75 1/2 inches long
8 inches of fringe
Plain red sections split up by 2 yellow stripes and 1 red stripe. There are 10 sections of stripes. 11 sections of red squares.
Gryffindor Children’s Scarf
Row 1- 14: (Red) (Row 1- begins in the second ch from the hook.) sc across, ch 1, turn
Row 15-16: join with gold, sc across, ch 1 turn
Row 17-18: with red, sc across, ch 1, turn
Row 19-20: with gold sc across, ch 1, turn
Rows 21-210: – Repeat Rows 1-20
Rows 211-224: repeat rows 1-14. tie off
*Start with the red color and end with the red.
With the blunt yarn needle sew in the loose ends.
Fringe For Gryffindor Scarf
You need sections of red and gold that are 17- 18 inches long (4 strands in each group). Tie to the ends, by folding in half and using crochet hook, pull the middle of the folded strand through as one big group. You will have a loop now through your project. Pull the ends through the loop and it will tie them in a knot.
Start with red and end with red, alternating red and gold. (I did 15 groups, you can do more or fewer. Space them to your liking.)
*Make sure you tie them on the same side of the project. It doesn’t matter which side, just make sure you are pulling them through on the same side.
Trim fringe, I made this one 8 inches long.