Entertainment Fashion & Style How to Crochet Your Own Hufflepuff Scarf Share PINTEREST Email Print pricegrabber Fashion & Style Do It Yourself Accessories Tops & Sweaters Dresses Skirts Jeans Pants Outerwear Lingerie & Swimwear Shoes Skincare Advice Makeup Hair Fragrance Tattoos and Body Piercings Kids and Teens Bumps & Babies Learn More By Rain Blanken Updated March 02, 2018 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. Scarf #1 The younger witches and wizards wear scarves with large chunks of color. Start with yellow. ch 40 for a nice, thick scarf.sc 12 rows of yellowChange color to the black yarn.sc 12 rows of blackChange color back to the yellow yarn.Repeat 2-5 until you've made your scarf as long as you like. End the scarf with a 12-row sc of yellow so that the ends look the same. Scarf #2 The Hufflepuff scarf for older kids has a pattern of two small black lines on a field of yellow. This free crochet pattern will show you how to make a quick and simple Hufflepuff scarf. Start with the yellow yarn. ch 40 for a nice, thick scarf.sc 12 rows of yellowChange color to the black yarn and sc 2 rows.sc two rows of yellowsc two rows of black againRepeat 2-5 until you've made your scarf as long as you like. End the scarf with a 12-row sc of yellow so that the ends look the same. I chose a single crochet stitch so that the scarf has fewer gaps in it. You can also knit and felt a house scarf.