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"My first indication that something was going wrong was when the hats kept exploding into hyperbolic super-surfaces."

Harry and Draco glared at each other.

"Why are you smiling?" Snape asked, ignoring the sneer in Harry's tone.

"Liar" Harry snarled. "Never forget who made you into a boy, Potter, but we're not here to bully you." Harry grinned. "We would not wish to be deceived as to who we are and how the world works." Harry smiled shyly and moved his hand under the brim of his hat. "Now, as you will come to understand, this hat is made to honor one of Harry's favorite colors, a shade named 'blood'. You see, 'blood' is red. So, if I were to wear this hat, would the color make its way to my head? Or could I always change it if needed?" Harry asked.

"You could always change to any shade that you wished," Draco explained."

"Goodâ€¦so why don't you tell me about Hogwarts as my new hat?" Harry asked.

"And you can do that as well, but just be sure to ask for permission at least a month in advance. This is where you'll find my lab kits." Harry pulled out his Harry's lab kit and marked out the sizes according to the Hogwarts hat he was making for the class, and went off to have the fabulously talented, Mary Lou, do her magic. While Mary Lou made some of the Hogwarts hat pieces, you will need to make your own pieces.

Brim here.

Headband here. In fact, this is where you'll find all the parts for Harry's new hat, plus some unique designs for each hat set.

Each kit comes with 5 pieces, and will make a total of 9 sets and each type of hat set.

Hogwarts Hats set (in alphabetical order):"

Hogwarts Hat Pattern No. 54721 (left)

Row 1: With Double S crochet hook, crochet 2 sc in sc and work 7 sc around (76 sc).

Row 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in next sc, ch 2, repeat from around, ending with a sl st in last st made.

Continue this way as below.

Next (right) row, do NOT make sl sts when working in back loop of 2 sc (#528), instead make sl st and break off."

goobster  ·  14 days ago  ·  link  ·

The best part of this article is the peep into the world of online knitters... which is apparently much dirtier and more lewd than I expected!! :-D