DIY Harry Potter Free Printable Boxes

These are some of the best Harry Potter themed boxes I’ve seen - and they are free. 

For the best DIY Harry Potter Crafts go here including an amazing DIY Harry Potter Monopoly Game and DIY Harry Potter Chess Set.

Find the free printable DIY Harry Potter Boxes from Little Luxuries Loft here.


DIY Floating Shelf by Place of My Taste:

Full Tutorial:

Materials Needed:
–A round wooden plate

1-) Cut about 50, 3.5 yards pieces of yarn.
2-) Tie a knot in the middle. It’s going to be the centerpiece of the hanger.
3-) Divide your yarn into four equal sections.
4-) Then divide each part into two sections and twist it together. You can also separate your sections to three and braid the pieces together.
5-) Hang your piece somewhere high. Tie a knot around 4 inches below the top.
6-) As a last step tie a knot at the bottom. Slip on your wooden plate.


How to Crochet: Really Lazy Popcorn Stitch

Dedri from the blog Look At What I Made says the following about this really interesting pattern / tutorial:

The Popcorn Stitch is one of my favourite stitches, but I really dislike having to remove my hook from my work every time I make a Popcorn Stitch.  A little while ago, I came up with a lazy way of doing it.  While I was playing with the Lazy Popcorn, I came up with another, even lazier, method:  The Really Lazy Popcorn Stitch.

DIY Nasty Woman Cross Stitch Free Pattern

If you see a free pattern you like, please download it immediately. I’ve been cleaning up my archives and I can’t tell you how many DIY Blogs are gone, and how many free patterns have become pay patterns.

Find the free Nasty Woman pattern at Wee Little Stitches here. 

A photo posted by THE Original Pixel People (@weelittlestitches) on Oct 21, 2016 at 11:11am PDT

Stitchtober Day 21/31. — the Edelwood tree grows from the souls of lost children, don’t let The Beast get you! 🍂🍂🍂 (from a perfectly seasonal & beautiful show, Over The Garden Wall)
Every day for the month of October I will be sewing a small embroidery, themed around Halloween. An embroidery alternative to Inktober by @mrjakeparker


He’s done!

The second amigurumi animal kid is totally done!

I decided to make him a fox boy and I really like how he turned, his size is 15″ aprox.

Like the first one, I worked in him at nights during this week and finished him tonight.

I used acrylic yarn, soft fill for plushies and needle felted his eyes, nose and mouth.

Maybe the next one will be a racoon or puppy kid (girl or boy).

The firs amigurumi animal kid is this bunny girl.