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Harry Potter-Inspired "Deathly Hallows" Patterns

Since 1997, when the first Harry Potter book was released, yarncrafters have had a special relationship with the wizarding world. Throughout the series, knitting patterns are mentioned over and over again, as are magical needles clicking away on scarves, sweaters, hats, and more. "Muggles", a term from the books, has even become a popular word among yarncrafters for the non-yarny people in our lives! Yesterday, we featured a blog post with Harry Potter-inspired creations from our customers over the years, and today, I want to share with you some new patterns created in honor of the last Harry Potter film coming out this weekend.

I worked with Michelle (Lion Brand Yarn Studio Manager/Harry Potter ├╝ber-fan) and Gina (speedy crocheter, whose crochet monster blog we've previously written about) to come up with special projects in honor of the second Deathly Hallows film. We've created the three Deathly Hallows, made in yarn:

Capelet of Invisibility Knit Capelet of Invisibility

Make this shimmering capelet--inspired by the Invisibility Cloak--with two strands of Vanna's Glamourand big needles for a fast-finish project. Michelle made in a weekend and is pictured here, wearing her creation. She designed the hood to be long and to end in a point, for a wizardly touch.

Click here for the FREE pattern.

Resurrection Stone Ring Crochet Resurrection Stone Ring

Made with Vanna's Glamour, with the symbol of the Deathly Hallows stitched on, this ring is quick to crochet and fun to wear. Tip from Gina: the ring-band can be made larger or smaller as needed--just chain more ore less stitches to start.

Click here for the FREE pattern.

Elder Wand Crafted Elder Wand

Just wrap and glue Vanna's Choice to a dowl to create this fast and easy wand. To create the knots in the wood, Gina simply wrapped more yarn in those spots. One ball would easily create many wands, so you could make them for your friends too!

Click here for the FREE pattern.

We hope you'll be making and enjoying these projects in honor of the new film--and if you spot me and Michelle, wearing our Deathly Hallow projects this weekend, feel free to stop us and say hi!

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