If you’ve been missing, I’ve been on a bit of a kick as far as Zelda patterns go, to celebrate the new game coming out! Check out the patterns for a Big Deku Mask and Mini Deku Mask posted the past few weeks!!
Now today’s pattern is for a miniature Navi fairy from Zelda or a snitch from Harry Potter!!
Materials -Lily Sugar ‘n Cream (Blue, Yellow, and White) -Size US-G/4.00 mm Crochet Hook -Needle to sew in ends -Stuffing Abbreviations -Sc : Single Crochet -Sl.st : Slip Stitch -Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase -Hdc : Half-Double Crochet -St : Stitch or stitches Worked in the round Pattern:
(1:45) Rnd 1: starting in 2nd ch from the hook, sl.st, sc, hdc, hdc, sc, sc (6)
Cut and pull through leaving long enough end to sew onto body.
(2:55) Rnd 1: starting in 2nd ch from the hook, sl.st, hdc (2)
Cut and pull through leaving long enough end to sew onto body, just under/behind the big wings.
(4:00) Rnd 1: sc 6 in 2nd ch from the hook (6)
(4:50) Rnd 2: inc (sc 2) in each st (12)
(6:00) Rnd 3: sc in first 3 sts, inc in next, repeat 3 times (15)
(7:00) Rnd 4 – 6: sc in each st around (15)
(7:45) Rnd 7: sc in first 3 sts, dec in next, repeat 3 times (12)
Hey guys! If you didn’t know yet, I’m coming out with a new tutorial video every Monday on my YouTube. And more often than not it’s a video for a brand new pattern! This weeks pattern is a crocheted key.
Ch 9 sl.st one in the first ch made. Rnd 1: sc 18 around the ch loop made, sl.st one in first sc made. (18 scs) Rnd 2: ch 12, skip first ch and sl.st one in the top loops of each ch made down. sl.st one in sc made in Rnd 1 to anchor in. Turn. (12 sl.sts) Rnd 3: Skip first sl.st, sl.st one in the top loops of each sl.st made in previous Rnd. Turn. (11 sl.sts) Rnd 4: ch 4, skip first ch, sc one in next 2 chs, dec one into the top loops of the first sl.st down, sl.st one in the top loop of the next 3 sts, ch 4, skip first ch, sc one in next two chs, dec one into the top loops of the first sl.st down, sl.st one in the top loop of the next 6 sts, sl.st one in sc made in Rnd 1. Cut and sew in ends. (16 [4 scs, 2 decs, 10 sl.sts])
Warning ahead of time… it gets a bit.. um.. collegey in this post.
For this Halloween my friends and I decided to go a bigger then just a simple Halloween party. We decided, why not do a Harry Potter Party, and man was it a success. We had apple cider, butter beer, trivia, movies, expelliarmis shots, and of course… Quidditch Pong.
What’s Quidditch Pong Louis? Good question, Louis. Quidditch Pong is a personal invention that mixes the timely art of beer pong, and the amazing wizard sport Quidditch.
First you have to make the hoops. I made mine with hangers and yellow duct tape. Make sure you make them various sizes!
Then you have to make some butter beer. Here was my recipe: 7 parts Rootbeer or Cream Soda 1 part butterscotch schnaaps 1 part vanilla vodka (for an extra kick!)
The rules for Quidditch Pong are much like beer pong with a few changes:
Choose what team goes first with your sorting hat!
If the quaffle (ping pong ball) goes through a hoop and makes it in the cup it counts as two (much like if the ball were to bounce)
If the quaffle goes through a hoop the enemy team is allowed to use there bludgers (hands) to knock it out of the way.
When there is one cup left, the snitch must be used. Trust me, this makes things a lot more difficult. I made my snitch by just wrapping a ball in yellow duct tape and attaching a few wings made out of paper, but you could easily use a yellow ping pong ball with glued on wings.
We split the party up into houses to make the game more competitive.
So I recently bought myself a new camera to commemorate the blogs popularity (obviously that’s a lie haha), and to commemorate my new camera, I made a new pattern!
When I was making my bat hat, I looked around for a pattern for wings, but couldn’t find anything that really worked, so I made some and thought of some other uses for them, and thus came the owl and snitch!
Without further ado here it is!
——————————————————————————————————————- Note: This pattern is for the wings and main body only, the entire pattern for the owl is coming soon, so check back.
Wings: Ch 4 (leave longish end for sewing) Rnd 1: skip first ch, sc 1 in each ch (3 total), ch 2, turn Rnd 2: skip first ch, sc 1 in next ch, sc 3 in next 3 sc (4 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 3: sc 1 in each (4 total), ch 4, turn Rnd 4: sc in each (not in ch’s, 4 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 5: sc in each (4 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 6: repeat Rnd 3 Rnd 7: repeat Rnd 4 Rnd 8: sc in each (4 total), Dont ch, turn Rnd 9: skip first sc, sc in each (3 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 10: sc in each (3 total), Dont ch, turn Rnd 11: skip first sc, sc in each (2total), ch 1, turn Rnd 12: sc in each (2 total), Dont ch, turn Rnd 13: skip first sc, sc in next (1 total), Dont ch, Dont turn Rnd 14: in spots along bridge (see below), sl 1, sc 5, hdc 3, sc 3 Fasten off leaving long end for sewing. Wings reach approximately 3 inches in length
Spots along bridge: Mouse over to view spots
Simple body: Ch 2 Rnd 1: sc 6 in first ch (6 total), Do not join Rnds, Mark end of each Rnd. Rnd 2: sc 2 in each around (12 total) Rnd 3: sc 1 in first, 2 in next, repeat 6 times (18 total) Rnd 4: sc 1 in first 2, 2 in next, repeat 6 times (24 total) Rnd 5: sc 1 in first 3, 2 in next, repeat 6 times (30 total) Fasten off and stitch end in
Stitch Wings onto body to make a simple Harry Potter snitch!
You can purchase the owl here, the snitch here, and the bat hat here.