Butterick pattern B4290
Knit material in the house colors of your choice
Thread to match material
Iron-on transfer paper
Use the pattern instructions for the rounded neck version of the shirt, placing the material on a single layer of fabric rather than the fold to get the two halves.
Make the collar edging from a spare scrap of fabric.
Iron your Tri-wizard champions last name on the back of the shirt in an arch right above the center, making sure to follow the instructions on the package.
Iron a star in the center of the back of the shirt, following the instructions on that package.
Find a good quality Hogwarts crest online and print it off on iron-on transfer paper.
Following the manufacturer's instructions apply the Hogwarts crest to the front left hand side of the shirt.
hardhat_cat's tutorial was taken with permission from the Harry Potter Crafts Yahoo! Group.
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