"Go to the people of all nations and make them my disciples. Baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, and teach them to do everything I have told you." – Matthew 28:19-20 (CEV)
The second block is the Dark Mark and a potions bottle.
“…You-Know-Who and his followers sent the Dark Mark into the air whenever they killed. The terror it inspired…you have no idea, you’re too young. Just picture coming home and finding the Dark Mark hovering over your house, and knowing what you’re about to find inside… Everyone’s worst fear…the very worst.“—Arthur Weasley
Project of Doom Week 3
Click on the pictures to go through to the pattern links, they are all free.
This is the first of 30 weeks worth of blocks, based on all the Harry Potter movies and books. All the blocks are designed by Jennifer Ofenstein from Sewhooked and hosted by Fandom In Stitches.
Block 1 is the crystal ball, Sybill Trelawney introduced all third year students to this device and its proper use in 1994. However, most students, Harry Potter and his friends in general, saw nothing more than the white blank swirl in it, and Ron joked about how that night would be very foggy. In their end of year exam, the third years had to look into a crystal ball and predict the future. Harry lied and said that he saw Buckbeak getting off his trial that night. Professor Trelawney then made a prediction, one of the two proper ones she had ever made.
Jennifer decided to make to new variations for the block, one for the good side and one for the bad side, the dark arts. This was fun, and I decided to also make the dark arts block, as my quilt will be double the size of the plan POD quilt. So the dark arts blocks will be on the outer edges of the quilt.
The Dark Arts block, with Veritaserum Potion and the Dark Mark on the book cover.
It is with great excitement that the new Project of doom Quilt a long (POD Quilt a long 2015) for 2015 was announced late last year. The super vibe that swept through the Facebook Group Project of Doom, (click on the name or here to go through and find out about this fantastic quilting project) was and still is awesome. The POD is based on the Harry Potter Movies. Yes it is still very popular.
On 7 January 2015 we received our first pattern Week 1 on the Fandom of Stitches Website. Once a week every Wednesday we will get a new pattern to make, until the 30th week, when we will be working on stitching all the blocks together to make up the complete quilt that will look like a bookcase.
Fandom in Stitches Week 1 Pattern for Project of Doom
This is my attempt for Pattern Week 1, which is found here.
I absolutely love quilting, and especially paper piecing. Every week I will add a new post with my new finished block and a link to the pattern.
Unfortunately I did not think about showing how I sewed the block. But will include it into my next post based on POD 2015.