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When you get ready to start the scarf, you'll need yarn. djinnj has done an excellent comparison of colors availible at Knitpicks. Check out her post here.
Weasley Sweater Pattern Alison,(at the Blue Blog) the Queen of all knit-alongs, created this pattern she claims would be a "great first sweater project". It is sized from 20" chest (toddler) up to 46".
HiP Scarf and Silkie Alison, see-above, also brings us this quick, hip (haha) little knit to show off your house colors. Now you can wear your Azkaban scarf as a light and fun skinny neck scarf, a sassy sash belt, or an almost serious school tie.
BookScarf from KnittingWithLaura Need a quick gift or want to weight down your 6th read of Half-Blood Prince while you're knitting? Check out this little PoA style bookmark, made in DMC Perle Cotton.
House mittens Ruth (at Woolyheaded) created these trapped-bar style mittens to match the PoA Scarves.
House-Elf Socks Dani created these socks like the ones Dobby knit for Harry, fit women's medium.