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Supplies
1 sheet of felt for the shield/background
1 sheet of fabric for the detail
Needle
Thread
Hairclip

Instructions
Lay the hair clip on the background felt.

Making sure to leave plenty of room around the hair clip, cut 2 shield shapes from the felt.

Hogwarts House Hair Clips - Figure 1A

Hogwarts House Hair Clips - Figure 1B

Cut the first letter of the house of choice and the golden snitch shape out using the detail fabric.

Pin and sew the fabric cut-outs onto one of the felt shields.

Hogwarts House Hair Clips - Figure 2

Cut a small slit in the second felt shield so that the hair clip will slide through.

Hogwarts House Hair Clips - Figure 4

Put the felt shields right side together with the hair clip removed.

Hogwarts House Hair Clips - Figure 5 

Sew around the curved parts of the shield, leaving the top open for turning.

Turn the shield right side out.

Through the opening in the top of the shield, slide the hair clip in between the shields so that the end of the hair clip slides out of the slot.

Sew the top opening closed.

Final Product

Hogwarts House Hair Clips


Credit
iris_lily's tutorial was submitted for The Leaky Cauldron Harry Potter Crafts' July 2010 Save Galleons! Why Buy It When You Can CRAFT It? contest, and was posted with permission.

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