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Free Harry Potter Patterns

I have been active in the Harry Potter fandom for many years, and have shared Harry Potter crafts and tutorials and patterns on my personal website since approximately 2002/2003 as well as many other places around the web. This page will point you to all of my HP-related patterns, tutorials, crafts and recipes.

 
 

Since 2005, I have designed well over 150 Harry Potter paper pieced patterns, as well as patterns for a number of my other favorite fandoms. You can now find all of my Harry Potter patterns, as well as those of many other talented designers, archived on Fandom In Stitches, my fandom quilting website.

My non-Harry Potter Fandom Patterns are also available right here on Sewhooked!

Each of my patterns will include my name, Jennifer Ofenstein. All of  my Harry Pattern patterns from Fandom In Stitches are also on this page.

Harry Potter Quilt

My Magical Lens, my first Harry Potter quilt, completed in 2007.
This is the quilt that started it all!
These patterns and many more, located below.
HP Snitch
The Project of Doom was a Harry Potter Block of the Week designed entirely by Jennifer Ofenstein (sewhooked.com) that took place between January and August 2011. Make all the blocks to create the quilt seen here or chose your own layout for a truly unique Harry Potter-inspired quilt!.

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The Project of Doom at the AAQG's QuiltFest 2012

The Project of Doom at the 2012 Austin Area Quilt Guild’s show
2012 Prizes:
  • AAQG: Overall Award: Creativity (large quilts)
  • AAQG: Overall Award: Judge’s Choice
  • AAQG: Honorable Mention: Two Person Quilts

POD-Week 01
Week 1
POD-Week 02
Week 2
POD-Week 03
Week 3
PoD-Week 04
Week 4
POD-Week 05
Week 5
POD-Week 06
Week 6
PoD-Week 07
Week 7
POD-Week 08
Week 8
POD-Week 09
Week 9
PoD-Week 10
Week 10
POD-Week- 11
Week 11
POD-Week-12
Week 12
PoD-Week 13
Week 13
PoD-Week 14
Week 14
PoD-Week 15
Week 15
PoD-Week 16
Week 16
PoD-Week 17
Week 17
PoD-Week 18
Week 18
PoD-week 19
Week 19
PoD-Week 20
Week 20
POD-Week 21
Week 21
PoD-Week 22
Week 22
PoD-Week 23
Week 23
PoD-Week 24
Week 24
POD-Week 25
Week 25
PoD-Week 26
Week 26
PoD-Week 27
Week 27
PoD-Week 28
Week 28
PoDWeek 29
Week 29
PoDWeek 30
Week 30
PoD Layout 01
Layout File
PoD Layout 2
Layout File
PoD - Extra Credit Block
Extra Credit
The PoD
An Explanation
List of
books from
Harry Potter

Free Harry Potter Paper Pieced Pattern Inventory

Below you will find all of the non-Project of Doom Harry Potter patterns I have designed since 2005. There are many more fun fandom patterns by myself and other designers on Fandom In Stitches!

  • Patterns are for personal and non-profit use only.
  • Not for reproduction or resale. Repost with permission only, please.
  • Click on thumbnail to see the larger version.
  • Click on names to open pattern in a new tab or window.

Hogwarts

Hogwarts Crest (detailed version)
Hogwarts Crest
(detailed version)
5″ paper pieced
Updated Hogwarts Crest 2012
Hogwarts Crest
(simple version)
5″ paper pieced
Gryffindor Crest with corners, 2013
Gryffindor Crest
5″ paper pieced
Slytherin Crest with corners (2013)
Slytherin Crest
5″ paper pieced
Ravenclaw Crest with corners, 2013
Ravenclaw Crest
5″ paper pieced
Hufflepuff Crest with corners, 2013
Hufflepuff Crest
5″ paper pieced
Lightning struck tower
Lighting-StruckTower

5″ paper pieced

Whomping Willow
Whomping Willow
5″ paper pieced
Hagrid's Hut
Hagrid’s Hut

5″ paper pieced
harry's gryffindor dorm bed
Harry’s Bed

5″ paper pieced
pumpkin block for judy333
Pumpkin

5″ paper pieced

Top of Page

Click on thumbnail to see the larger version. Click on names to open pattern in a new tab or window.

Characters

Madeye Moody
Mad Eye Moody

5″ paper pieced
volde_eyes_ofenjen.jpg
Voldemort’s Eyes

5″ paper pieced
snape profile designed and pieced by ofenjen
Snape, Reflective

5″ paper pieced
Hogwarts Sue 2013
Hogwarts Sue

5″ paper pieced
Potter Puppet Pals - Dumbledore!
PPP Dumbledore

5″ paper pieced
Potter Puppet Pal Quilt Block - Severus Snape
PPP Snape

5″ paper pieced
Potter Puppet Pal Quilt Block
PPP Harry

5″ paper pieced
Harry Potter Puppet Pal Quilt Block
PPP Ron

5″ paper pieced
Harry Potter Puppet Pal Quilt Block
PPP Hermione

5″ paper pieced
Potter Puppet Pals - Voldemort
PPP Voldemort

5″ paper pieced

Click on thumbnail to see the larger version. Click on names to open pattern in a new tab or window.

Character Related

Harry's Scar, v1, updated 2014
Harry’s Scar V1 

5″ paper pieced
scar 2 pieced by mkissa
Harry’s Scar V2

5″ paper pieced
fudge's bowler hat
Fudge’s Bowler

5″ paper pieced
Moody's Magical Eye
Moody’s Eye

5″ paper pieced
lily designed and pieced by ofenjen
Lily

5″ paper pieced
Merlin's Y-Fronts 2014

 

 

 

 

Merlin’s Y-Fronts

5″ paper pieced

aberforth's eye
Aberforth’s Eye

5″ paper pieced
McGonagall's Hat
McGonagall’s Hat

5″ paper pieced
half moon specs designed by ofenjen
Halfmoon Spectacles

5″ paper pieced
Harry's glasses
Harry’s Glasses

5″ paper pieced
Luna's Earings
Luna’s Earrings

5″ paper pieced
Trelawney's Sherry Bottle
Trelawney’s Sherry

5″ paper pieced
Click on thumbnail to see the larger version. Click on names to open pattern in a new tab or window.

Magical Creatures

Hedwig
Hedwig

5″ paper pieced
Pigwidgeon
Pigwidgeon

5″ paper pieced
Errol
Errol

5″ paper pieced
Fawkes the Phoenix
Fawkes

5″ paper pieced
Norbert
Baby Norbert

5″ paper pieced

Bats

5″ paper pieced
mermaid_ofenjen.jpg
Mermaid

5″ paper pieced
giant squid
Giant Squid

5″ paper pieced
Dementor
Dementor

5″ paper pieced
Unicorn
Unicorn

5″ paper pieced
Unicorn
Unicorn

5″ paper pieced
Trevor
Trevor

5″ paper pieced
Nagini, Protected
Nagini, Protected

5″ paper pieced
Nagini, Vanquished
Nagini, Vanquished

5″ paper pieced
Click on thumbnail to see the larger version. Click on names to open pattern in a new tab or window.

Quidditch

Snitch
Golden Snitch

5″ paper pieced
golden snitch
Snitch V2

5″ paper pieced
Quaffle
Quaffle

5″ paper pieced
broomstick_ofenjen.jpg
Broomstick

5″ paper pieced
Budgers and Bat
Bludgers & Bat

5″ paper pieced
Quidditch Hoops
Quidditch Hoops

5″ paper pieced
HP Snitch
HP & Snitch

5″ paper pieced
chudley cannons designed and pieced by ofenjen
Chudley Cannons

5″ paper pieced
Shamrock Sample
Shamrock

5″ paper pieced

Supplies, Magical Objects and Spells

student hat
Student Hat

5″ paper pieced
witch hat
Witch’s Hat

5″ paper pieced
cauldron
Cauldron

5″ paper pieced
Flying Ford Anglia
Ford Anglia

5″ paper pieced
monster book of monsters
Monster Book

5″ paper pieced
Magic Wand
Wand

5″ paper pieced
Quill
Quill

5″ paper pieced
Quill V2
Quill V2

5″ paper pieced
Invisibility Cloak
Invisibility Cloak

5″ paper pieced
Goblet of Fire
Goblet of Fire

5″ paper pieced
Dark Mark
Dark Mark

5″ paper pieced
Hermione's Time Turner
Time Turner

5″ paper pieced
The Veil
The Veil

5″ paper pieced
The Sorting Hat
Sorting Hat

5″ paper pieced
The Mirror of Erised
Mirror of Erised

5″ paper pieced
Riddle's Diary
Riddle’s Diary

5″ paper pieced
Parchment Scroll
Parchment Scroll

5″ paper pieced
crystal ball
Crystal Ball

5″ paper pieced
Slytherin Locket
Slytherin’s Locket

5″ paper pieced
Hand of Glory
Hand of Glory

5″ paper pieced
Gryffindor's Sword, v.2
Gryffindor’s Sword

5″ paper pieced
Deathly Hallows Symbol
Deathly Hallows

5″ paper pieced
Flaming X
Flaming X

5″ paper pieced
bertie botts pieced by hermione_jean
Bertie Botts

5″ paper pieced

Jelly-Legs

5″ paper pieced
Zonko's Bag
Zonko’s Bag

5″ paper pieced
Butterbeer
Butterbeer

5″ paper pieced
Chocolate Frog Box
Chocolate Frog Box

5″ paper pieced
peacock feather quill and ink - revised 2012
Peacock Quill

5″ paper pieced
Click on thumbnail to see the larger version. Click on names to open pattern in a new tab or window.

Wizarding World and Other Locations

The Burrow
The Burrow

5″ paper pieced
9 3/4
9 3/4

5″ paper pieced
Knight Bus
The Knight Bus

5″ paper pieced
Beaubaxton shield
Beauxbaton

5″ paper pieced
The Leaky Cauldron
Leaky Cauldron

5″ paper pieced
sample_Gringotts_piecedbyjypka2
Gringott’s

5″ paper pieced
No. 12 Grimmauld Place
No. 12 Grimmauld Pl.

5″ paper pieced
Click on thumbnail to see the larger version. Click on names to open pattern in a new tab or window.

Alphabet – US Title Font

Uppercase A
A

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase A
a

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase B
B

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase B
b

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase C
C

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase C
c

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase D
D

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase D
d

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase"E" Harry Potter title font
E

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase E
e

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase F - Harry Potter title font
F

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase F
f

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase G
G

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase G
g

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase "H" Harry Potter title font
H

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase H
h

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase I - HP title font
I

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase I
i

5″ paper pieced
uppercase J - HP title font
J

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase J
j

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase K - HP title font
K

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase K
k

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase L - HP title font
L

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase L
l

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase M - HP title font
M

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase M
m

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase N
N

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase N
n

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase O
O

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase O
o

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase P
P

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase P
p

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase Q
Q

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase Q
q

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase R
R

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase R
r

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase S
S

5″ paper pieced
lowercase S
s

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase T
T

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase T
t

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase U
U

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase U
u

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase V
V

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase V
v

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase W
W

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase W
w

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase X
X

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase X
x

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase Y
Y

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase Y
y

5″ paper pieced
Uppercase Z
Z

5″ paper pieced
Lowercase Z
z

5″ paper pieced
Punctuation - period
Period

5″ paper pieced
punctuation: question mark, designed and pieced by ofenjen
Question

5″ paper pieced
comma
Comma

5″ paper pieced

More Awesome Harry Potter Stuff:

Stencils, recipes and party ideas on the Tutorial and More page.

Harry Potter themed crochet on the Yarn page.

Need more? Check out Harry Potter Crafts on Yahoo! Groups, a fan-run craft community for sharing HP crafts, swaps and more!

Disclaimer: I DO NOT SELL HARRY POTTER QUILTS, projects or the patterns . In 2012, a craft blog reported that I make and sell HP quilts after misquoting another article about my work. Out of respect to J.K.Rowling and the myriad of copyrights surrounding Harry Potter, I do not sell any of my Harry Potter-related patterns or quilted pieces. Thank you for respecting my decision on this and please do not email asking me if I will make a quilt for you.

~Jennifer

“Harry Potter” is a trademark of Warner Bros. TM and © and Harry Potter Publishing Rights © J.K.R.

All other trademarks property of their respective owners.

78 Comments leave one →
  1. Janet permalink
    October 5, 2011 05:44

    The letter “x” is actually the letter “w” when I click on it. ‘Sew’ glad to find another H/P fan.

  2. October 16, 2011 22:18

    Dear friend, I tried to download the “S’, “H”, “O” and “N” but comes up with “File not found” Trying to spell my sons name “SHELDON” please help?

    • October 17, 2011 07:24

      Hi Annie, I have it all sorted out now. Would you believe it was the difference between S and s? I’ve checked every letter now and all patterns are loading just fine! I hope you share a photo of what you’re working on when you’re done!

      Thanks for letting me know about the error. I’d much rather have it corrected than let it linger. :)

      Jennifer

  3. Hannah permalink
    October 17, 2011 17:13

    I’m getting ready to start The Project of Doom quilt with my best friend. I’m excited! (And nervous, but mostly excited!) Thanks so much for sharing this awesome project!

    • October 18, 2011 10:15

      You are so welcome! My own PoD is being quilted right now…I’m so excited that it will be a complete quilt soon! Have fun stitching with your best friend!

      Jennifer

  4. October 19, 2011 00:05

    Thank you sew much hon!! HUGS

  5. October 19, 2011 00:06

    Im wondering..I have a dear step daughter who loves the smurfs…are you or someone able to creat some smurf paper pieceing?

  6. Lotte permalink
    October 27, 2011 13:04

    It looked like you were having so much fun with the PODproject that I have now started out. Are you still interested in a credit-block? I am not able to find the paperpiecing pattern for it, it keeps telling me it’s redirecting, but nothing happens. And I would like to show just a litte of the gratitude I feel about the patterns, I am truly enjoying myself. Thank you!

    • October 27, 2011 13:17

      Hi, and welcome! I had a great time with the PoD and I’m always happy to hear when new quilters are joining in! I would love to have your extra credit block. I’m collecting through Dec. 1.

      I’ve sorted out the links, but to make it easier, you can find it here:
      Extra Credit Block – Paper Pieced or Traditionally Pieced

      Happy stitching!

      Jennifer

  7. Lotte permalink
    October 28, 2011 00:42

    Thank you for your help, but I simply cant get the links to work. They show “wordpress.com” for a short while and then jump back. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    • October 28, 2011 07:32

      I’m so sorry that it keeps not working for you. I’m trying it from my end with no troubles. If you’ll email me – sewhooked@gmail.com, and let me know if you prefer the paper pieced version or the rotary cut version, I’ll send you the instructions.

      Jennifer

  8. Bonnie permalink
    October 29, 2011 09:05

    I would like to buy 1 to 2 yards of blue Harry Potter fabric. Please tell me how much and how to obtain it. Thank you, Bonnie

    • October 29, 2011 13:05

      Hi Bonnie,

      Harry Potter fabric has not been available for sale since 2003, when it went out of print. Your best bet is to check on ebay or etsy. You can sometimes find it there.

      Good luck!

      Jennifer

  9. Staibshine permalink
    October 29, 2011 19:33

    This is probably going to sound like an insane question…but I love to sew by hand. Is there any way to do this via hand sewing instead of using a machine? Do you know of anyone who has done this? Thank you so much for your help and videos! I recently subscribed to your Youtube link. I love your videos!!!

    • October 30, 2011 09:40

      Believe it or not, it’s completely doable! I knew a student that did all her paper piecing by hand so she could stitch while she was in class. All of her blocks looked great, as did her finished projects, so I’m sure you can do it.

      Good luck…let me know how you do!

      Jennifer

  10. November 8, 2011 13:26

    Thanks for sharing, I´ll sew Hedwig for a friend ☺

    • November 8, 2011 13:29

      You’re very welcome! I’d love to see what you do with the pattern. :)

  11. Bonnie permalink
    November 11, 2011 08:08

    Hi, I would like to find a Harry Potter surgeon’s cap or get one made. Can you do that?

    • November 11, 2011 08:12

      No, I’m sorry, but I don’t make surgeon’s caps. You might try searching on etsy. Many of the sellers will take requests.

      http://www.etsy.com

      Good luck finding what you need!

      Jennifer

  12. November 23, 2011 15:02

    Jen, may I ask you a question please? I was trying to sew the monster book, I sewed the pieces, but they are way too bulky! How did you get your monster book looking so flat where as mine looks pregnant lol…help please?

    • November 23, 2011 16:36

      Well, lots of ironing and I trimmed the seam allowances in layers to help the not be quite so bulky. Good luck!

  13. Gaby permalink
    April 16, 2012 21:47

    Hi! I just found your site today and I wanted to congratulate you…
    You are an artist. All of the work you have made is awesome.
    Keep on!

  14. Shirley Pearce permalink
    May 6, 2012 12:55

    Hi,
    The lowercase r comes up file not found.
    Thank you.

  15. Judy Taylor permalink
    July 16, 2012 11:47

    Wonderful. Thank you Jennifer for the Harry Potter Project of Doom. I just finished it. I was consumed with making these blocks over the past several months. How generous of you to share this fantastic project.

    • July 16, 2012 22:46

      I’m thrilled that you enjoyed it so much. It means a lot to me to be able to give back to the fans of my favorite story! :)

  16. July 16, 2012 23:07

    Just found this blog, and I am captivated! So much fun!! Can’t wait to start with Luna’s Earrings…. Thanks!

    • July 16, 2012 23:09

      My pleasure, thank you!

      For photos of all my blocks, plus lots of other great designer’s blocks, be sure to visit the Harry Potter page on Fandom In Stitches. :)

  17. Hannah permalink
    July 20, 2012 15:30

    Hi Jennifer!
    My name is Hannah. I am 14 and am starting to make this quilt with my mom, as a mother-daughter project. We have 2 *gasp* sewing machines, so we can work at the same time, or during any free time we have. If any of the women out there are reading this, and you have a child my age, try to make a quilt with your child; it can really bring you and your child together!!! Thanks for putting this out there Jen; you are amazing!!!!

    • July 21, 2012 07:35

      Hi Hannah,

      Thanks so much for sharing! I really hope you and your mom will post photos…I love pictures! I like to sew and craft with my kids, too. ;)

      Jennifer

  18. Jessica permalink
    August 6, 2012 14:35

    Hi, Jennifer. I just started making quilts, and am a HUGE HP fan and discovered all your wonderful quilt pieces. I was most excited about the alphabet designs, so I could add my name in HP letters to a bag I have, but I can’t seem to find the designs ANYWHERE! Every link I click on for them takes me to a link that is just a blank page. Have they been removed for some reason? Is there some link to them I am missing? Thanks for your help.

    P. S. I actually live right down the street from the Honey Bee quilt shop, and have shopped there from time to time, I might have to check out your classes sometime. =D

    • August 6, 2012 14:42

      Hi Jessica,

      I’m so sorry about that! Fandom In Stitches is a Blogger website and they have been updated a bunch of stuff and it’s killed a ton of my links.

      Click here and you’ll get just where you need to go.

      Hope to see you around!

      Jennifer

      • Jessica permalink
        August 6, 2012 14:43

        Yay! Thanks so much! Their entire Harry Potter link goes to nothing, but luckily I found your page here and could get all the designs! Thanks again.

        • August 6, 2012 14:46

          I’ve got that link working again now, so it’ll be easy peasy from now on. There are quite a lot more patterns on that HP page than I have listed here. :)

          • Jessica permalink
            August 6, 2012 14:48

            I just saw that! I might have to make an entire room with walls made of Harry Potter quilts! Who can decide which ones to make?

            • August 6, 2012 14:52

              I’m a terrible person to ask, because I’ve made most of them, lol! I have two quilts and have made a ton of bags and wall hangings. There’s always room for more Potter!

  19. August 11, 2012 14:42

    OMG I just saw this on GeekCrafts and I’m in love with this quilt! Super awesome :)

  20. Beth Glass permalink
    September 17, 2012 20:57

    What size are these blocks?

    • September 18, 2012 13:29

      They vary in size. The Project of Doom blocks are 10″ and most of the other blocks are 5″. Generally, it will say in the pattern itself or in the file name.

  21. Beth permalink
    September 28, 2012 23:48

    Went to a quilt show today. Two of your Harry Potter (pattern) quilts were in the show. My friend told be where to find you cause I am a huge HP fan. Must sew. Thanks for sharing your amazing talent.

    • September 30, 2012 17:15

      That’s great to hear! Did you happen to see who made the quilts? I’m always curious when other quilters are showing their quilts made from my patterns. :)

  22. October 3, 2012 11:22

    Olá Jennifer, parabéns pelos seus trabalhos, obrigada por disponibilizar os gráficos. Estou fazendo uma bolsa prá ir à Orlando, beijos

  23. December 20, 2012 07:51

    Thank you soooo much for creating the HP blocks. My nephew, a college freshman, is a tremendous HP fan. This year for Christmas, he requested a sleep mask because there is a streetlight outside his dorm window and I thought this was a great opportunity to make him a gift. Wanting to go a step farther, I remembered seeing Harry’s glasses on one of your blocks so I downloaded the pattern and adapted the sleep mask pattern to fit around it. LOL Of course, that made me think that pillowcases would be a great complimentary gift so I also downloaded Harry’s crest and put that on one of the pillowcases. I would love to post a photo of how they turned out (and I am really pleased), but I can’t figure out how to post a photo here. Next week (after Christmas), I’ll post a photo on my Facebook page. Please drop by and look. Thanks to you, my nephew is going to think I’m brilliant! LOL

  24. Donna permalink
    January 4, 2013 19:34

    oh thank you so much for the patterns my Grandchild will be so thrilled

  25. Lisa permalink
    January 28, 2013 00:03

    You’re my hero. That is all.

  26. Sally Catlin permalink
    February 18, 2013 15:56

    Just found this site while searching for ideas on how to make a Harry Potter quilt for my grandson. Wow. Just love what I found. The quilt of Doom now has the 1st row nearly finished. Thanks for making this pattern available. Sally in Washington.

  27. Beth Jarvis permalink
    August 14, 2013 19:02

    I have fallen in love with the Project of Doom…are there instructions for rotary cutting the pieces or have I completely missed them?

    Thank you and kudos to a beautiful piece of art.

    • August 15, 2013 13:32

      Hi Beth,

      Thank you so much, it was a true pleasure to create and even more fun to share with other quilters and Harry Potter fans!

      The blocks for the Project of Doom are entirely paper pieced, so there are no rotary instructions for those. However, the sashing between the “shelves” and the outside borders are rotary cut. I hope that answers your questions!

  28. Dorothy Kenny permalink
    September 8, 2013 22:27

    So glad I found you and the HP quilt!! I have stayed away from paper piecing so far but now I must try it!! The quilt will be for myself as I am the fan at 65 yrs Young(when it comes to HP stuff!! Thank you for sharing these patterns with the rest of the quilting world just wish I had found you and your group earlier!! Better late than never right? RIGHT!!

    • September 12, 2013 15:10

      You’re never too old to love Harry Potter! I started reading it to my kiddos when they were little and I ended up being the biggest fan! It is my pleasure to share and I hope you get as much joy out of making the blocks as I did creating them! :)

  29. Dorothy Kenny permalink
    September 12, 2013 20:46

    Thanks for your response ..Do I have it right that we can make some changes in the pattern?

    Also what do I need from you the creater and copyright holder if I should ever want to enter it in a quilt show?

    Sew Sinerely,

    Dorothy (Dottie) Kenny

    • September 13, 2013 10:27

      You’re more than welcome to change anything you like to make it your own! I’ve seen all kinds of fun variations now, all of them fun and creative!

      Depending on the quilt show, you might need written permission. I think it really varies by the show. I’ve had a couple of quilters that needed that, but most don’t seem to. Personally, all I ask is for credit when you share your quilt description. My name and sewhooked.com. is plenty. :)

      Have fun, Dottie!

  30. Dorothy Kenny permalink
    September 13, 2013 11:19

    Thanks so much for your quick answer to make questions and most definitely I will give you credit whenever I make it …whether or not I even put it in a show. Also have another question ..How did you learn to make your own paper piecing blocks??

  31. Amy permalink
    September 21, 2013 01:33

    Jennifer,

    I emailed with you several years back when I started teaching a Harry Potter course to K-2 because your site was so helpful. I am back in the game but can’t find the area on your site that had the wonderful invitation and other party ideas. Thanks, Amy

  32. Amy permalink
    September 21, 2013 13:38

    Thanks so much — just as I remembered Amy

  33. Cathie D permalink
    October 5, 2013 15:07

    I am still working on this project…just printed the last three blocks…and I am so glad you have kept the blocks available after all this time.
    Thanks so much Jen
    Cathie

    • October 10, 2013 13:27

      It’s my pleasure, Cathie! I’m so glad you were able to come back to your project. :)

      • Cathie D permalink
        October 12, 2013 22:00

        Last three blocks are finished! I posted the last two (Books and Neval’s frog and Bertie Botts Beans) on my facebook if you want to see them…Cathie Ward Denney

  34. Susan Milow permalink
    November 10, 2013 11:41

    I have been looking and looking for a paper pieced pattern to make a quilt square of a man’s necktie. All I can find are bowties. Do you by any chance know where I can find a pattern.

  35. Susan Milow permalink
    November 11, 2013 09:23

    Hi Jennifer, Thanks so much for posting that link. It is just what I needed. I look forward to continuing to read your blog.

  36. Megan Pierce permalink
    November 27, 2013 15:16

    New to sewing and quilting. If there is anything that is going to get me in gear to learn, it’s Harry Potter. I am going to get my two sisters to agree to start the Project of Doom starting January 2014. Now, I’m going to take this month and learn everything I can on paper piecing!! Thank you so much for the patterns! It might take me longer than the allotted 30 weeks, but I will get his project completed before the end of 2014.

    • November 28, 2013 07:42

      Learning with a Harry Potter project is a SUPER fun way to do it, too! There have been quite a few beginners tackle the project since it first started and they were experts by the end!

      Happy stitching. :D

  37. Dana permalink
    June 10, 2014 17:38

    Has anyone found a pattern for a S.P.E.W. badge?

  38. Ursula permalink
    June 24, 2014 08:03

    The link for scar 2 gives the pattern for scar 1. Would it be possible to get the second pattern from you? Thanks!

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