Harry Potter At Hogwarts Quilt

Hello my crochet lovers, welcome to the Craft for the World blog. Today we bring you an extremely fabulous pattern here.In 1997 there was a buzz in the press about a fabulous new book for children from England its name was…Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling. The book, which seemed like a simple children’s book, turned out to be a great success. It became a worldwide phenomenon. The story grew, and became a series of successful books and movies.

Basically, Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by British author J.K. Rowling. The series chronicles the adventures of a young boy named Harry James Potter, who discovers at age 11 that he is a witch when he is invited to study at Hogwarts School of Magic and Witchcraft. The main story arc concerns Harry’s friendships with other wizards his own age, such as Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger, and also with Hogwarts principal Albus Dumbledore, considered the greatest of the wizards, and his conflicts with the dark wizard Lord Voldemort, who intends to become immortal, conquer the wizarding world, subjugate non-wizarding people, and destroy all those who stand in his way, especially Harry Potter, whom he considers his greatest rival.

Piece N Quilt: Harry Potter - The Quilt

Since the release of the first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, on June 26, 1997, the books have gained immense popularity, critical acclaim, and have been a commercial success worldwide. The series also received some criticism, including concerns about the increasingly dark tone as the story progressed. As of May 2015, 450 million copies had been sold worldwide, making the series the bestseller in history, and it has been translated into 73 languages. The last four books consecutively have been considered the bestsellers in history, with the last book selling nearly 11 million copies in the United States in the first 24 hours after its release.One of the most recurring themes throughout the series is love, portrayed as a powerful form of magic.

Dumbledore believes that the ability to love allowed Harry to resist Voldemort’s temptations of power in his second encounter, did not allow the villain to take possession of Harry’s body in his fifth year, and will be responsible for Voldemort’s final defeat. So to pay homage to this story that we love so much and that makes our children, nephew, grandchildren and friends happy, we brought here a pattern that depicts the famous Hogwarts school, a quilt in the shape of a Castle. Although it is a complex pattern the result is wonderful, the children will love it. Come on, let’s talk about the pattern. This pattern brings similar characteristics to block patterns. What you as a quilter must focus on is the assembly of the overlaps. We will give below all the step by step, materials and measurements.

For the realization of this project, patience is of vital importance, because you will assemble not only the castle, but also all the external elements that will give harmony to the quilt and its details. Well, we know that there will be some details that will require a little more refinement, but not that you will not be able to do. It is also important to focus on the choice of fabrics, so our step-by-step brings this information. So focus and patience and you will produce an incredible pattern. Below we leave the step by step. Good work, and see you next time.


Quilting Land: Harry Potter At Hogwarts Quilt

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