Who wants some more Potter themed squares? Well I just happen to have a few that you might just want to add to your afghan or make into some fun pillows like my Potter Pillow!
The Deathly Hallows turned out to be more than just a book of Fairy Tales. It is now an iconic symbol that stands for three of the most magical items in history. The Elder Wand, The Resurrection Stone and the Cloak of Invisibility.
Grab this graph here…Deathly Hallows by Crafty Ridge!
Hedwig was a beautiful gift from Hagrid who became so well loved that we all had that pivotal moment of sadness when we realized that anything could be lost.
Grab this pattern here…Hedwig by Crafty Ridge!
The Golden Snitch is the center of the magical game of Quidditch as well as a secret hiding place. Catch the snitch and your team wins!
Grab this pattern here…Golden Snitch by Crafty Ridge!
Never again will a Potterhead walk between platform 9 and 10 and not think about running at the wall…..Ya never know!
Grab this graph here…Platform by Crafty Ridge!
Grab some chocolate frogs and freshen up on your spells on the Hogwart’s Express!
Grab this graph here…Hogwarts Express by Crafty Ridge!
Of course we can’t forget the Weasley Jumpers. They were always a hit at Hogwarts!
Grab this graph here…Weasley Jumper by Crafty Ridge!
Grab this graph here…Harrys Jumper by Crafty Ridge!
And don’t forget to sport those house colors! Gryffindor, HufflePuff, RavenClaw and everyone’s favorite house to hate, Slytherin!
Grab this graph here…Gryffindor by Crafty Ridge!
Grab this graph here…HufflePuff by Crafty Ridge!
Grab this graph here…Ravenclaw by Crafty Ridge!
Grab this graph here…Slytherin by Crafty Ridge!
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! See previous posts for other patterns and tips. Check out My Very Own Potter Pillow for directions on how to make these squares into some fun pillows that make great gifts!
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10 thoughts on “Who wants some more Potter?”
I can’t get your links on this page to work help!
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What colors did you use for ravenclaw? navy and mocha?
and the snitch? or what would you suggest…ugh, colored blind.
I would use shades of gold or tan
I would use shades of gold or tan forthe snitch and Navy and tan for the Ravenclaw.
Love these patterns, can you advise what weight yarn or brand? please xx
So happy you like them. I used a worsted weight yarn. Most of them are Red Heart or Caron One Pounds