Craftster user craftewoman has been creating these incredibly detailed and realistic cloth dolls. I’m a big fan of all the little handmade accessories, especially Hagrid’s pink umbrella. Follow the links to see posts on Hagrid, Harry, Hermione, Ron and two different versions of Dobby (1 and 2).
Harry and Hermione are available for sale here.
I love this mini art quilt made by flickr user FlossieBlossom. From the faux bois fabric that she used to make the whomping willow, to the perfectly executed flying Ford Anglia , to the little puffs of smoke coming from it’s exhaust – this quilt is just such a wonderful representation of this particular scene from the book. Also, those embroidered headlight beams – LOVE!
I like it when I look at a handmade item and I can actually feel the love that went into it’s creation. This Teesha Moore inspired bag by QuirkieCraft is one of those items. Seriously, in my head I’ve been referring to this bag as “The Pottergasm”. Check out QuirkieCraft’s post for images of the other side (which is equally awesome) and some detail shots. “This button is a portkey” is probably my favorite:
Sock Monkey! Flickr user cuddlemonkey101 makes all sorts of creative, awesome and nerdy sock monkeys. Can you guess which one appealed to me?
Okay, quite a few of them appealed to me actually, but this is a Harry Potter craft blog after all…
I love the details, right down to the school uniform hiding under his cloak. Check out some of cuddlemonkey101’s other creations over here or if your in the market for a handmade monkey head over to her etsy shop.
Weird week last week. I literally lost an entire day. I slept for 24 consecutive hours (after being awake for the same amount of time), and that kind of threw off every other part of my life. But I’m back and my to-post file is bursting with Potter-y goodness.
These little felties were made by flickr user redmermaidwereworlf(!) and they measure approx. 3 3/4 inches high. She did a great job working all of the important details into such tiny dolls. Just thinking about making stitches that small gives me a headache. Individual shots of these dolls plus some of her other creations can be seen in her Mini Stuffies and Felties flickr set.
Crafster user Briseida made this adorable little Monster Book of Monsters needle book that also serves as a pincushion. She made it for swap with a Potter loving friend. You can check out this furry needle book and her other Potter swap items here.
Unrelated note: Please excuse the mess that is my category section right now. I’m currently working on a better way of organizing this site. Thanks for your patience !