Saturday, October 17, 2009

HP Unity Scarf Finally Finished

Well, almost one year later, I finally found time to finish the Harry Potter Unity Scarf I started loom knitting for my mom on my pick-up stick loom. I would have had it finished much earlier, but I've been busy with the tabistry projects among other things.

Unity Scarf

I'm really please with how it turned out. Though, I had to simplify the pattern way more than I would have like to by eliminating all the crests but the first one. Oh well. It's very soft, thick and heavy. Should keep her neck toasty warm on cold nights. The black yarn I used is Caron Simply Soft, which I believe is made from recycled plastic bottles. To me, that is just mind boggling. How can a yarn this soft and pretty be made from bottles? The color stripes are various acrylic worsted weight yarns that I happened to have around. Though, as usual, my camera is oversaturating the colors. They are far more muted than they appear here.

unity scarf

If you want to see some of the progress pics I posted while I was working on it, go to:

Thanks for looking!


  1. Hi, I love the scarf. I just came across your blog and I like it. I love Loom Knitting it`s so relaxing and fun. I have posted some of my work on my blog if you want to check it out you can. Your doing a great job. I am going to post your link on my Facebook because I have some Loom Knitting friends that will like your site.

  2. Thanks very much, craftycountrymomma! I checked out you blog. Great stuff! I need to start getting more things finished. To me, the best part of loom knitting is that it keeps my hands busy, but you can pretty much put it down without too much trouble picking it back up again.



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