Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Pillow
Categories: Kid Friendly, Pillow
Now that the 4th of July is over, it’s time to celebrate the other big day in July…Harry Potter’s birthday of course. If you’ve ready my regular blog at Pieces by Polly, you’ll know that our family are big Harry Potter fans, so I’m excited to do this guest post so Fairfield World can participate in the big Harry Potter celebration going on at Raegun Ramblings right now.
Even if you’re not a Harry Potter fan yourself, you likely know a lot of people who are. The Deathly Hallows symbols represents the joining of three powerfully magical objects (the Elder Wand, the Resurrection Stone, and Death’s invisibility cloak) which together make one master over death and ultimately allow Harry Potter to defeat Voldemort at the end of the final book. It’s a symbol any true Harry Potter fan will recognized instantly.
And the Deathly Hallows Pillow is really easy to make.
What you need to make this project
- 1 fat quarter light grey/silver, white, or gold quilting fabric for applique
- 1 package paper-backed fusible web. (You’ll have lots left over.)
- 1/2 yard Kona black cotton quilting fabric if you’re making both sides black. 1 fat quarter if you’re just making the front black
- Grey/silver thread to match applique fabric
- 1 Printed copy of the Deathly Hallows Template assembled
- Optional if you’re doing a patchwork backing. *** 4 – 4 1/2″ squares from various green quilting fabric scraps ***4 – 4 1/2″ squares from various grey/silver quilting fabric scraps ***4 – 4 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ rectangles from various green quilting fabric scraps