Sunday, July 24, 2016

Slytherin Deathly Hallows Quilt - for Draco Malfoy, Snape and (Harry Potter) Fans

Slytherin fans, your quilt is here!  It's been a long time in coming.  I was excited to get my first Slytherin Quilt order a while back.  I'd been wanting to make one for quilt a while.  I'd been keeping an eye out and collecting some rich green and silver fabrics for my 4-House Hogwarts quilts for a while.

If you're the DIY type, you can find the pattern for my Single House Hogwarts Quilt Pattern here or if you'd like me to do the sewing, I sell custom-made Slytherin Quilts here.

If you're visiting from Happy Harry Potter at RaeGun Ramblings, please use code HAPPYHARRYHALFOFF to get $5 off the purchase of one of my quilt patterns or SLYTHERIN10 for 10% off quilts and other items from either my Harry Potter Etsy Shop or my Pieces by Polly Quilts Shop.  Coupon codes good through August 1, 2016.

I think the silver metallic snake print fabric was the perfect addition to this quilt. (Would you believe that it sold out just about everywhere almost as soon as it came out?)

And my oldest daughter who loves to dabble with the idea of being a Slytherin was happy to help me take pictures...and a little sad this quilt didn't get to stay at our house.  (You can find the tutorial for her Wand Circle Skirt here.)

I do love making the 4-House Hogwarts Quilts are my most popular quilt ordered in my shop, but there's something special about fans who are passionate enough about their chosen house to really want to exhibit their own house colors and honest enough they're a Slytherin at heart.

Because of course we know that Slytherins have their good sides.  Slytherins know what they want and and have the ambition and cunning to to achieve their goals. Regulus found and tried to destroy the locket horcrux.  Draco in the end was not able to kill Dumbledore.  Slughorn fought to defend Hogwarts and Snape (even though we love to hate him) saved everything.

So kudos to all you Slytherins who have enough self awareness to know who you are, and enough honesty to proudly admit it.

Accio Books bags available here.

Leave a comment if you're a Slytherin and proud of it.

You can find the pattern for my Single House Hogwarts Quilt Pattern here or if you'd like me to do the sewing, I sell custom-made Slytherin Quilts here.

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See these links for more details about other Harry Potter themed crafts we've done...and be sure to check back because I'll be adding more as I get them written up.

Gryffindor Deathly Hallows Quilt


 Hogwarts Crest Quilt

Slytherin Quilt - Green and Silver
 Slytherin Quilt

 Giant Monster Book of Monster Cushion (No Sew)

Golden Snitch Birthday Cake
 Slytherin Quilt


Granger-Lovegood 2016 Election Shirts 

Potter - Weasley 2016 Election Shirts 


Lumos and Nox Quilt

Harry Potter Party Overview


 Hedwig Necklace

Accio Book Tote Tutorial - Freezer Paper Stencil 
Harry Potter Shirt - Freezer Paper Stencil

Easy Harry Potter Wands 

Printable Hogwarts Library Book Plates

Printable Harry Potter Valentines

Easy Harry Potter (Hogwarts) House Scarves

Golden Snitch Necklace

Golden Snitch Cupcakes

Ron Weasley "I'm a Keeper" Shirt - Freezer Paper Stencil

Ginny Weasley's Golden Snitch Skirt
DIY Quidditch Association Shirt - Freezer Paper Stencil (Boy Version)
DIY Quidditch Association Shirt - Freezer Paper Stencil (Girl Version)
Harry Potter Wizard Robe in 15 Minutes from a T-shirt

Harry Potter Family Themed Costumes

Harry Potter Inspired Charm Ornaments

Harry Potter Printable Spell Books

Harry Potter Printable Dementor Themed Chocolate Bar Wrappers Books

The Hermione Skirt
Dementor's Kiss-Away Free Printable Party Favor or Valentine

DIY Hogwarts Robe for 18-inch Doll

Hermione in the Library - CraftingCon Post

Harry Potter Potions Ornaments

 Harry Potter Robes with Oly*Fun

 The Wand Skirt

 Always Doe Pillow

Deathly Hallows Pillow
 Deathly Hallows Pillow

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1 comment:

  1. Polly, I hope people take advantage of your coupon code for the patterns. My Hogwarts Crest quilt I made for my daughter-in-law turned out really well. She adores it. And, I learned lots about applique from the quilt with your clearly written instructions. I'm a happy customer!


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