MyLeaky Login

Join the largest Harry Potter Social Network on the Web! | FAQ

© Anne-Marie Dentelle


Supplies
1 skein of DK or sport weight yarn in each of the following colors:
  • charcoal
  • gray
  • burgundy
  • gold
  • flesh-tone
  • white
  • dark brown
  • light brown
2 skeins of worsted weight black yarn
Small crochet hook
Embroidery floss in the following colors:
  • red
  • green
  • black
  • brown
US/1 (2.50 mm) knitting needles
US/2 (3.00 mm) knitting needles
US/6 (4.00 mm) knitting needles
Small scrap of black felt
Stitch markers
Stitch holder
Fiber fill
Embroidery needle
Yarn needle

Instructions
Right Leg
Cast on 18 sts using the DK or sport weight black yarn and US/2 (3.00 mm) needles.

Row 1: Knit.

Row 2: Purl.

Row 3: Increase in each stitch. (36 sts)

Row 4: Purl, placing a stitch marker after the 22nd stitch.

Rows 5, 7 & 9: Knit.

Rows 6, 8, & 10: Purl.

Foot
Row 11: Knit 6, (k2tog) 7 times, knit 16. (29 sts)

Row 12: Purl.

Switch to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 13: Knit 5, (k2tog) 5 times, knit 14. (24 sts)

Rows 14, 16, 18, & 20: Purl.

Rows 15, 17, & 19: Knit.

Switch to gold DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 21: Knit.

Row 22: Purl.

Switch back to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 23: Knit.

Switch to flesh-toned DK or sport weight yarn.

Work in stockinette stitch (knit the right side, purl the wrong side) for rows 24 to 45.

Switch back to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 46: Purl.

Switch back to gold DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 47: Knit.

Row 48: Knit.

Switch back to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 49: Purl.

Place stitches on a stitch holder.

Left Leg
Cast on 18 sts using the DK or sport weight black yarn and US/2 (3.00 mm) needles.

Row 1: Knit.

Row 2: Purl.

Row 3: Increase in each stitch. (36 sts)

Row 4: Purl, placing a stitch marker after the 14th stitch.

Rows 5, 7 & 9: Knit.

Rows 6, 8, & 10: Purl.

Foot
Row 11: Knit 16, (k2tog) 7 times, knit 6. (29 sts)

Row 12: Purl.

Switch to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 13: Knit 5, (k2tog) 5 times, knit 14. (24 sts)

Rows 14, 16, 18, & 20: Purl.

Rows 15, 17, & 19: Knit.

Switch to gold DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 21: Knit.

Row 22: Purl.

Switch back to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 23: Knit.

Switch to flesh-toned DK or sport weight yarn.

Work in stockinette stitch (knit the right side, purl the wrong side) for rows 24 to 45.

Switch back to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 46: Purl.

Switch back to gold DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 47: Knit.

Row 48: Knit.

Switch back to burgundy DK or sport weight yarn.

Row 49: Purl.

Place stitches on a stitch holder.

Core
On the wrong side of the work, pick up the right leg, then the left leg sts.(48 sts)

Knit 15 rows in stockinette stitch using burgundy yarn.

Knit 14 rows in stockinette stitch using white yarn.

Shoulders
Still using white yarn, knit 6, (k2tog) 6 times, knit 12, (k2tog) 6 times, knit 6. (36 sts)

Knit 3 rows in stockinette stitch.

Knit 1, (k2tog) across for the whole row. (24 sts)

Purl 1 row.

Switch to flesh-toned DK or sport weight yarn.

Knit 2 rows in stockinette stitch.

Head
Increase in each stitch across. (48 sts)

Knit 25 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2tog, k2) across. (36 sts)

Purl 1 row.

(K2tog, k1) across. (24 sts)

Purl 1 row.

(K2tog) across. (12 sts)

Run a bit of yarn through the remaining sts.

Seam the head, shoulders, core, back of the leg, and then the foot; placing the stitch marker at the front tip of the foot.

Stuff with fiber fill, making sure to stuff the head lightly so that you can later get the school sweater over it.

Arms
Cast on 6 sts using the white yarn.

Purl 1 row.

Increase in each stitch across. (12 sts)

Purl 1 row.

Continue knitting in stockinette stitch while increasing 1 st at the beginning and end of each of the next 3 rows. (18 sts)

Starting on the wrong side, knit 22 rows in stockinette stitch.

Knit 1 row on the wrong side of your work.

(K2tog) across. (9 sts)

Knit 1 row.

Switch to the flesh-toned yarn.

Knit 2 rows in stockinette stitch.

Increase 1 st at the beginning of the row and one st at the end of the row. (11 sts)

Knit 5 more rows in stockinette stitch.

Knit 1, (k2tog) across. (6 sts)

Place the remaining stitches on a stitch holder.

Ears
Make 2.

Cast on 5 stitches using flesh-toned yarn.

Bind off.

Sew the ears on each side of the head.

Hair
Using the worsted weight black yarn, cut 5½ " (13.97 cm) pieces and bind them, one by one, on the head by making a knot with a crochet hook.

Trim off the hair so that it is even.

Finishing the Face
Embroider the details on the face, making sure not to forget the lightening bolt scar.

For the glasses, take a scrap piece of black felt and give it the shape of a pair of glasses.

Hold the glasses in place by making a few stitches.

Shirt Collar
Cast on 35 sts using the white yarn.

Purl 4 rows.

Bind off.

Sew the collar around the neck.

Tie
Cast on 6 sts using burgundy yarn.

Knit 20 rows in stockinette stitch.

Bind off.

Use duplicate stitch to stitch the yellow stripes on top of the burgandy ones.

Sew the tie on the shirt, making sure to tighten to form a knot.

School Sweater Back
Cast on 30 sts using gray yarn and US/1 (2.50 mm) needles.

Work 6 rows in (k1,p1) ribbing.

Knit 29 rows in stockinette stitch.

Knit 10, bind off 10 sts, knit 10.

Working on both sets of 10 sts separately, knit 3 rows in stockinette stitch and bind off.

School Sweater Front
Cast on 30 sts using gray yarn and US/1 (2.50 mm) needles.

Work 6 rows in (k1,p1) ribbing.

Switch to US/2 (3.00 mm) needles.

Knit in stockinette stitch for 14 rows.

Knit 14, bind off 2 sts, knit 14.

Working on each side separately, decrease 1 stitch every 4 rows on the collar side. Repeat 5 times. (5 sts on each side remain)

Bind off the 10 shoulder sts as one.

School Sweater Collar
Sew the school sweater back to the school sweater front at one shoulder.

Starting on the opposite shoulder, pick up 11 sts on one side, 1 st in the middle, 11 sts on the other side and 16 sts in the back.

Knit the following in k1p1 ribbing :
  • 1 row using gray yarn.
  • 1 row using burgundy yarn, decreasing 1 st before the middle st and 1 st after.
  • 1 row using gold-colored yarn.
  • 1 row using burgundy yarn, decreasing 1 st before the middle st and 1 st after.
Bind off the yarn using gray yarn.

Sew the other shoulder.

Sleeves
Make 2.

Cast on 25 sts with the gray yarn and the US/1 (2.50 mm) needles.

Knit 6 rows in (k1, p1) ribbing.

Switch to US/2 (3.00 mm) needles and knit 22 rows in stockinette stitch.

Bind off.

Scarf
Cast on 10 sts in burgundy yarn.

Knit 8 rows using burgundy yarn, then 8 rows in gold-colored yarn.

Repeat until you have 23 stripes, beginning and ending the scarf with a burgundy stripe.

Bind off.

Scarf Fringe
Cut 2¾" (6.98 cm) pieces of burgundy and gold-colored yarn and tie them in pairs at the bottom of the scarf, alternating colors.

Pants
Make 2.

Cast on 36 sts in charcoal yarn.

Work 2 rows in garter stitch.

Knit 30 rows in stockinette stitch.

(Dec 1 st on each side every 2 rows) 2 times. (32 sts)

Knit 12 rows in stockinette stitch.

Waistline
(K2tog, p1) across, ending with a k2tog. (21 sts)

Work 3 rows in (k1, p1) ribbing.

Bind off.

Wizard Robe
Cast on 70 sts on US/2 (3.00 mm) needles using the black DK or sport weight yarn.

Knit 4 rows in garter stitch.

Knit 6 rows in stockinette stitch.

Decrease 1 st on each side.

(Decrease 1 st on each side every 6 rows) 10 times. (48 sts)

Knit 14, bind off the middle 20 sts, knit 14.

Work each side separately, knit 6 rows.

Working each side at the same time do the following:
  • Sleeve Side
    • Increase 1 st.
    • Purl 1 row.
    • Knit 1 row.
    • Purl 1 row.
    • Knit 1 row.
  • Collar Side
    • (Knit 1, increase 1) 3 times. (18 sts)
    • Purl 1 row.
    • (Knit 1, increase 1) 3 times. (21 sts)
    • Purl 1 row.
    • (Knit 1, increase 1) 3 times. (24 sts)

Purl 1 row.

Increase 1 st on the right side of the work.

Finish the row, as well as all of the wrong side rows, with a knit 3.

(Increase 1 st on the right side of the work every 6 rows) 9 times. (34 sts)

After the last increase, knit 7 rows in stockinette stitch, knitting the last 3 sts on the wrong side in garter stitch.

Finish by knitting 4 rows in garter stitch.

Bind off work.

Make another in reverse.

Wizard Robe Sleeves
Make 2.

Cast on 30 sts the same as for the wizard robe.

Knit 4 rows in garter stitch.

Knit 20 rows in stockinette stitch.

Bind off.

Sew the sleeves to the robe body, then sew the sleeves and the sides of the robe.

Hat Brim
Cast on 50 sts, using the worsted weight black yarn and US/6 (4.00 mm) needles.

Knit 2 rows in stockinette stitch.

Increase 1 st in every st across. (100 sts)

Knit 5 rows in stockinette stitch.

Knit 1 row in stockinette stitch, increasing 1 st every 5 sts.

Knit 3 more rows in stockinette stitch.

Bind off.

Hat Cone
Cast on 55 sts, using the same yarn and needles as the hat brim.

Knit 6 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2, k2tog) 13 times, ending with K3. (42 sts)

Knit 5 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2, k2tog) 10 times, ending with K2. (32 sts)

Knit 5 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2, k2tog) 8 times. (24 sts)

Knit 3 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2, k2tog) 6 times. (18 sts)

Knit 3 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2, k2tog) 4 times, ending with K2. (14 sts)

Knit 3 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2, k2tog) 3 times, ending with K2. (11 sts)

Knit 3 rows in stockinette stitch.

(K2, k2tog) twice, ending with K3. (9 sts)

Knit 1 wrong side row.

(K2tog) twice, k1, (k2tog) twice. (5 sts)

Weave a thread through the stitches and pull tight.

Broomstick Handle
Author's Note: The broom pattern is created following Jean Greenhowe’s models.

Cast on 5 sts using light brown yarn and knit in stockinette stitch for 6¼" (15.88 cm).

Cut the yarn, run it through the stitches and pull tight.

Insert a drinking straw inside the woolen tube and sew the broom handle around it.

Broomstick Twigs
Cut 6" (15.24 cm) pieces of dark brown yarn and sew them onto the broomstick handle, then wrap a piece of yarn at the base of the handle, running it over the places where you sew the broomstick twigs.

Wand
Follow the instructions for the broomstick handle, except use gold-colored yarn.

Finishing
Weave in all ends.

Dress the doll.

Final Product

Harry Potter knit doll - 1

Harry Potter knit doll - 2

Harry Potter knit doll - 3

Harry Potter knit doll - 4

Harry Potter knit doll - 5


Credit
Anne-Marie Dentelle's tutorial was taken with permission from dutricotetdesjouets.blogspot.com.

Please note that the patterns and tutorials you find here have been designed by Harry Potter fans all over the Internet. The authors alone hold the copyrights and licenses to these patterns and tutorials, which means you CANNOT use their patterns to make something that you will sell to others afterward. You can use them to make things for yourself. You can make some for your friends and ask them to pay for supplies. You CANNOT, however, ask them to pay you to do it as though you had created this pattern by yourself, or try to sell you crafts to a local store.

Think about it. Would you take a Prisoner of Azkaban book, photocopy it, put your name in big red letters on the front cover and try to sell it in your local library? The answer is, obviously, no. Well, selling crafts you have made but not designed would be just as bad!

Please note that posting a picture of a finished object on Leaky Lounge will be taken as permission for the photo to be included in the Harry Potter Crafts gallery. If you do NOT wish your photos to be included in this gallery, please PM a Crafty Witch at the time of posting.

Also note that the tutorials, recipes and patterns found here have not been tested and that The Leaky Cauldron's Harry Potter Crafts section is not responsible for any mistakes they may contain. If you do find something wrong in one of them, however, please e-mail us to let us know.

On that note, Harry crafting to all!