Booth Seating

I made the Three Broomsticks some booth seating not long ago.

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Theoretically, four dolls could sit there, however as I only have one at the moment, Sarah has plenty of space.

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I also made some nice cushions for the benches, as my experiences with real-life ones tell me they’re usually needed.

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Both booths also have storage under the seats, for said cushions as well as other little things from the store.

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You can see how cold it is outside, the window’s fogged up from the heat inside!

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

The Little Hufflepuff

Recently, I finished my first item of clothing entirely knitted on toothpicks.

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Knitting on toothpicks makes things just the right scale for Sarah, although it can get fiddly sometimes.

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This scarf was done in moss stitch, just because I love the look and feel of it.

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A certain magizoologist was spotted in Diagon Alley wearing the scarf, so it’s already quite popular in the wizarding community.

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Even among droids! (Sidenote, I reckon BB8 is a Hufflepuff.)

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FillieFanatic

Chalkboard Menus

The menu for the Three Broomsticks is confirmed!

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I ended up using black paper and a white coloured pencil for these, to make them look like a chalkboard.

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In addition to the menu, there’s also artwork. If you wish to replicate this, I would suggest not using a pencil first, as pencil underneath makes the white darker.

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As a last minute decision, I also made a tiny piece of chalk.

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In case the menu changes, although I doubt that. The range of food that gets made is pretty wide.

Anyways, see ya!

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A Gift

Recently, it was a friend’s birthday, and I decided to crochet her some amigurumi friends as a gift.

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I’m quite proud of the Snitch, I think it looks really good.

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If I could change one thing about it, I’d put wire in the wings so they don’t flop about, as they’re made of yarn.

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The little fox was made with a pattern by Annelien Vanessche, whose Ravelry account is here if you’re curious.

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It all got wrapped in a little bag with a hand-stamped birthday card. The recipient loved the gifts, and named the little fox Jamie.

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic