Everyone’s Favorite House Elf

Dobby - CopyI am so excited to share this amazing square with you! This square was designed by a lovely Crafty Ridge fan, Kimberly Allard, for her very own Harry Potter Afghan and I have to say I just fell in love.

She shared her finished square over in the Crafty Ridge Harry Potter CAL group on Facebook and I promptly started begging her to let me share it with everyone! I am so happy that she agreed and let me put it here on the blog for everyone. She made this square using StitchFiddle.com which is a FREE program on the internet that can be used to make all kinds of fun designs. You can check her original out here or download the pdf that I worked up here …. Dobby Square by Kimberly Allard!

I can’t wait to see everyone’s finished Dobby squares.

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 on how to make your squares perfect. Check out My Very Own Potter Pillow for directions on how to make these squares into some fun pillows that make great gifts!

To join in on the fun come over and join us on Facebook for the Crafty Ridge Harry Potter CAL  or share your finished work on Facebook! I can’t wait to see everyone’s finished afghans!

Don’t forget to tag @CraftyRidge on Instagram and Twitter. I love to see everyone’s finished work and share them with my other fans.

Happy Hooking!


About CraftyRidge

Fiber Artist, designer and all around nerd! Find my work on Etsy at www.CraftyRidge.Etsy.com
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3 Responses to Everyone’s Favorite House Elf

  1. Crissy says:

    What colors were used?


  2. Pingback: Where to Find Free Cross-Stitch patterns? The ULTIMATE list [ 2021] of charts

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