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The PoD Goes To The State Fair


I want to give a HUGE congratulations to Shirley U., whose Project of Doom quilt won the Blue Ribbon at the North Carolina State Fair quilting competition in the “Other Technique” Category!

Can I even tell you how excited I am? I really don’t think there are words!

Her quilt will be on display October 12 – 23, so if you have the chance to go see it, please, please do.

And? If you do go? I want pictures!

Project of Doom Patterns right here on Sewhooked

I would encourage everyone that participated in The Project of Doom to share their finished quilt. Check with your local quilt guild about future shows, or your local library or school library to see if they might like to have it on display. Those things I plan to do with my own PoD once the quilting is complete.

We put a lot of fandom love into each of our quilts and we need to share it with the world! That’s my real hope for the legacy of this very special project we all participated in together.

Add your Sewhooked-related photos to my flickr group and you might be featured in a future post!

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

 

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Project of Doom Archive

You can now find all Project of Doom patterns archived here on Sewhooked.

The Project of Doom was a Harry Potter Block of the Week that took place between January and August 2011. The link above includes a comprehensive archive of all of the patterns that were posted during that time, including fabric requirements and suggested layouts.

Go have a look!

 

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PoD Layouts and An Announcement

The Project of Doom, A Harry Potter Block of the Week Mystery Quilt, has now concluded, but this is not the end for  Harry Potter Paper Piecing!

The final post for The Project of Doom is now online and includes suggested layout instructions for the 30 blocks participants have created.

Join the Project of Doom Community on Livejournal to talk PoD, share photos, questions and stories!

Click on the banner for details.

Previous Patterns:


Are you wondering what on earth we’ll do after The Project of Doom?  I made a HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT this morning on my fandom quilting website, Fandom In Stitches….click the banner below for details!

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Two Little Hooters
Two Little Hooters
, a new pattern from The Sewhooked Shop

PoD Week 25

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This is your weekly reminder that The Project of Doom, A Harry Potter Block of the Week Mystery Quilt, is taking place over on Harry Potter Paper Piecing (hp_paperpiecing on Livejournal).

We’re back today with Week 25!

Want how other quilters are interpreting the PoD patterns? You can see related photo posts here.

Previous Patterns:

Links go straight to posts including block samples. If you do not wish to see photos of the blocks, click this link for previous posts.

If you participate, and you’re part of the HP Paper Piecing community (it’s easy, you just need a Livejournal account), you’ll be eligible for awesome prizes every month! There are details on the site…so GO!

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Broomstick Witch Oopsie Daisy Witch Fortune TellerPotion Maker Old Wise Wizard Green Thumb Witch
Sunbonnet Sue’s Magical Friends: Busy Bodies
a pattern collection from the Sewhooked Shop

PoD Week 21 and 22

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This is your weekly reminder that The Project of Doom, A Harry Potter Block of the Week Mystery Quilt, is taking place over on Harry Potter Paper Piecing (hp_paperpiecing on Livejournal).

We’re back today with Week 23!

Want how other quilters are interpreting the PoD patterns? You can see related photo posts here.

Previous Patterns:
Links go straight to posts including block samples. If you do not wish to see photos of the blocks, click this link for previous posts.

If you participate, and you’re part of the HP Paper Piecing community (it’s easy, you just need a Livejournal account), you’ll be eligible for awesome prizes every month! There are details on the site…so GO!
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Peace, Love, Pi

Peace, Love, Pi
a new pattern from the Sewhooked Shop

PoD Week 21 and 22

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This is your weekly reminder that The Project of Doom, A Harry Potter Block of the Week Mystery Quilt, is taking place over on Harry Potter Paper Piecing (hp_paperpiecing on Livejournal).

This week is a little bit extra special because both Week 21 and Week 22 patterns have been posted! There will not be a new pattern on June 15, but I will be back on June 22 with Week 23.

Want how other quilters are interpreting the PoD patterns? You can see related photo posts here.

    Previous Patterns:
    Links go straight to posts including block samples. If you do not wish to see photos of the blocks, click this link for previous posts.

If you participate, and you’re part of the HP Paper Piecing community (it’s easy, you just need a Livejournal account), you’ll be eligible for awesome prizes every month! There are details on the site…so GO!

p.s. I am hoping today will be a better day and that the spiffy new Sewhooked will stay online ALL DAY. Please email at sewhooked@gmail.com if you have any questions.
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PoD Week 20

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This is your weekly reminder that The Project of Doom, A Harry Potter Block of the Week Mystery Quilt, is taking place over on Harry Potter Paper Piecing (hp_paperpiecing on Livejournal).

The Week 20 Pattern is online! I’m really excited about sharing this week and I hope you enjoy piecing today’s pattern as much as I did!

Want how other quilters are interpreting the PoD patterns? You can see related photo posts here.

    Previous Patterns:
    Links go straight to posts including block samples. If you do not wish to see photos of the blocks, click this link for previous posts.

If you participate, and you’re part of the HP Paper Piecing community (it’s easy, you just need a Livejournal account), you’ll be eligible for awesome prizes every month! There are details on the site…so GO!
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