"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 patterns is designed by Jennifer Ofenstein at Sewhooked and hosted by Fandom in Stitches.
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“Three drops of this and even You-Know-Who himself would spill out his darkest secrets. The use of it on a student is — regrettably — forbidden.“—Severus Snape threatening Harry Potter with Veritaserum.
“This is a two-way mirror, I’ve got the other one of the pair. If you need to speak to me, just say my name into it; you’ll appear in my mirror and I’ll be able to talk in yours. “—Excerpt from a note of Sirius Black to Harry Potter
“He looked at the serpentine S, inlaid with glittering, green stones: It was easy to visualize it as a minuscule snake[…] concentrating on the letter S, imagining a serpent, while the contents of the locket rattled like a trapped cockroach. It would have been easy to pity it, except that the cut around Harry‘s necks still burned […] The golden doors of the locket swung wide with a little click. Behind both of the glass windows within blinked a living eye, dark and handsome as Tom Riddle‘s eyes had been before he turned them scarlet and slit-pupiled.“—Description of the locket before it is destroyed by Harry Potter and Ron Weasley
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
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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.
The lirpa was a traditional Vulcan melee weapon, consisting of a metal staff with a fan-shaped blade on one end and a club on the other. The haft below the shaped blade had some Vulcan lettering on it.
In 2154, the Vulcan commandos sent by the Vulcan High Command after Jonathan Archer and T’Pol wielded lirpas, since energy weapons were useless in Vulcan’s Forge. Archer disarmed one of them and was very familiar with the use of this weapon because of his mind meld with Syrran.
It was used by combatants in the kal-if-fee, the traditional mating challenge during the pon farr.
Spock: If you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
The Romulan Phaser is one of many Romulan patterns that is being designed.
Romulan Phaser. Click the picture to download the pattern.
The Romulan presence stand out most for me in the new timeline, when they came through the wormhole in their massive ship, which was an awesome sight. They did not have a major role, I think, in the old series. This phaser is the one that the Romulans used to shoot at Kirk, when he went to find Captain Pike on the Romulan ship.
Please check back again for more Star Trek patterns, a whole queen sized bed quilt is planned.
Plus extras so that everyone can pick their favorite blocks.
My favorite scene was where Kirk had the State dinner with Gorkon and everyone got a little tipsy.
Romulan Ale. Click picture to download the pattern.
Romulan ale was a highly intoxicating alcoholic drink of Romulan origin with a characteristic blue color.
It was also used for “medicinal purposes” (Really? Now you tell me)
Captain James T. Kirk: [dictating his personal log] The Enterprise hosted Chancellor Gorkon and company to dinner last night. Our manners weren’t exactly Emily Post. Note to the Galley; Romulan Ale can no longer be served at diplomatic functions.
Inspiration hit me, after reading Jennifer Ofenstein’s UFO to do list for 2015 over at sewhooked.com.
I have so many unfinished quilts lying around, that I forgot about or didn’t have time for. I decided to make my own UFO (unfinished object) list for 2015, that I need to work on.
Some of the objects are USO (Un-started Objects) or WIP (Work in progress), BOM (block of the month) FIS (Fandom in Stitches)
I was quite shocked when I realized how many projects I had lying around waiting to be finished. Here the are, no. 1 is priority number 1, the rest is just in random order. I have also added links to some of the projects, if anyone is interested in joining in.
POD 2015 – Project of Doom, a Harry Potter quilt along, hosted Fandom in Stitches website and run by Jennifer. – WIP
POD 2015 Week 1
POD 2015 Week 2
Week 2 Variation 1 The Dark Mark
Week 3 Variation 2 The Deathly Hallows
Week 4 Variation 1 Project of Doom
Week 4 Variation 2 Project of Doom
Week 5 POD
Week 6 Variation 1
Week 6 Variation 2
Week 6 Variation 3
Week 7 Variation 2
All patterns as seen on Fandom in Stitches
The link to all these patterns is here.
Rainbow Brick Road Quilt – for Charles, my son – FO (Finished Object) (my design based on a brick pattern.