[FONT=Lucida Sans Unicode]I need help figuring out if there is a way I can work color into a scarf for my friend. She asked me to make her a scarf with the Gryffindor lion on it from Harry Potter. She wants a solid red/burgundy scarf, with the exception of a solid yellow/gold lion. I couldn't find any patterns online for a lion, so I made one up myself on graph paper, just filling in the squares. I'm not sure if there's a way that I can make a solid yellow lion on top of the solid red background, though. I've watched the Fair Isle knitting video, and I don't want to have loops on the back of my work. The Intarsia [forgive me if my spelling is wrong] looked kind of complicated and not exactly the right technique, but I can't be sure. I am familiar with Illusion knitting, but I was hoping to avoid that this time around. Is there any way for me to do this?