The Project of Doom Pattern

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Quilting: The Project of Doom
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The Project of Doom Pattern

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Blanket/Bedspread

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • paper piecing
  • strip piecing

Pattern Description:

In 2011, I presented The Project of Doom, a Harry Potter Block of the Week Mystery Quilt to a group of Harry Potter paper piecers as a final project for our community. We all made this quilt together, myself included, and quilters have been making the PoD ever since!

By popular request, all 30 weeks patterns, plus finishing instructions and a brief introduction are now included in one zip file. You will still need to print each pattern individually. Information for each pattern is included in it's respective file.

The Project of Doom is an award winning quilting, receiving ribbons for Creativity, Judge's Choice as well as an honorable mention in it's category in the AAQG Quilt Show in 2012.

If you enjoy my free patterns, please support future projects like this buy making a purchase from my shop here on Craftsy.

Thanks for stopping by...and happy stitching!

The PoD can also be found on sewhooked.com and fandominstitches.com.

Making this quilt? Join The Project of Doom Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/projectofdoom/

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 60 1/2" x 76 3/4"

Materials:

  • 1 yard dark fabric
  • 3 yards background fabric
  • various fabric scraps in the colors of your choice for books and magical objects

About Designer

About Designer

Jennifer O. on craftsy.com

Hi, I'm Jennifer!

I learned to sew with needle and thread at the age of four by stitching nine patches that my grandmother gave me as busy work. I've been crafting ever since!

I'm absolutely captivated by paper piecing as a medium and have been designing patterns since 2004.

My patterns, tutorials and more are available on my website/blog, Sewhooked (sewhooked.com). I also have many free ...

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