08-06-2007, 11:45 PM
I saw the Order of the Phoenix for the second time a few nights ago, and I have to admit that since the first screening I've been absolutely hooked on Luna's scarf!
And a close-up:
I feel in love. <3 Can you blame me?
I know a few people who swear that it's a crocheted piece; since I'm inexperienced at both knitting and crocheting I was praying they were right. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had an idea where I could find a similar pattern I could follow to get a piece similar. C:
08-07-2007, 08:04 AM
A couple of fabulous members of Craftster worked out the details on this scarf...Looks pretty close, if not spot on, to me!
LUNA'S LONG SKINNY SCARF
Creators Notes: Its length is about 1.80m (an online converter tells me its 5.9 ft) and it took a bit more than one skein of Phildar Préface. I used a 2.5mm hook (Ravelry tells me it's between a B and a C hook)
Foundation chain- a multiple of 6 plus 4, the plus 4 counts as last chain, first dc and ch 1.
Row 2: dc in 5th chain from hook. *ch 1, skip ch, dc in next ch* repeat **
Row 3= ch 5 (counts as first double treble), double treble in same stitch, Treble, treble in same stitch, *skip next 5 stitches, treble, treble, double treble, double treble, double treble, treble, treble in next dc* repeat ** until you reach the last stitch, in that stitch, treble, treble, double treble, double treble.
Row 4= ch 1 to turn, sc in same stitch. *chain 8, sc in middle double treble of next group* repeat **, sc in last st.
Row 5: ch 1 to turn, *4 sc in ch 8 loop, ch 3 for picot, 4 sc in same loop, skip sc* repeat, slip stitch into last stitch, break off yarn and weave in ends.
Add yarn to the other side, and repeat rows 2-5.
NOTE: A double treble is yarn over 3 times, insert hook into stitch, yarn over, draw through (5 loops), yo, draw through 2 loops (4 loops left on hook), repeat 3 more times until you only have one loop on the hook.
A treble is the same thing, but you only yo the hook twice.
When you are following international crochet patterns, the number of lines across a T is how many times you yarn over before inserting the hook into the stitch.
08-07-2007, 01:08 PM
oooh, very nice! Thanks for this :woot:
Thank you for the pattern and the close-up of the stitches! This will be one of the Christmas presents for DS's girlfriend.
08-07-2007, 11:27 PM
Thank you so much for posting the pattern, I've been looking forever (or so it seemed) and never found it!
Thanks a ton.
08-13-2007, 09:36 AM
i odd have to say that I like the scarf. I might have to do one up for me :D