Snape is the most miss-understood professor of all times. Through out the series he was portrayed as a villain who was absolutely against anything to do with Harry. Sadly as the stories went along you learned of his undying love for Harry’s mother and the small yet efficient ways that he helped Harry throughout his life. Snape was a villain for years until we realized he was more human than monster.
Snape is comprised of just just a few colors, buff for his skin, black for his eyes, cape and hair, cafe for his buttons and white for his collar. After you see the graph you will see that I have done it in grey rather than black so that it is easier to read after printing. Some printers may adjust the color to a lighter grey or even a tan. Either way it’s much better than trying to count black squares. Grab your FREE Snape Graph here… Snape by Crafty Ridge
Just like in the previous squares instead of the common C2C method of double crochets and chain 3s, I used hdcs and only chained 2. Which means I chained 5 instead of 6 on the increase stitches. Doing this with a smaller H hook has my finished squares measuring approximately 15×15 inches.
If you have never done c2c there are a ton of tutorials out there on YouTube. As always, you can check out my video tutorials at the top of the page, for short videos that show each step of working up a graph in c2c. For a longer video about the basic c2c check out the one by Mikey over at The Crochet Crowd!
To see the previous squares in the Crafty Ridge Harry Potter CAL and more tips, tricks and tutorials just click here! This is the 8th square in the CAL, see previous posts for other patterns and tips.
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