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Here’s how you can knit your own Harry Potter merchandise

As many Potterheads already know, buying exclusive merchandise from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter shops can be very expensive. So, one great alternative to buying these items is by making them yourselves. Thanks to IntheLoopKnitting.com and some generous knitters, you can now make your very own Harry Potter merch.

The website compiles a number of free Harry Potter-themed designs that you can download for free online. Some of these items include Hogwarts Houses-themed beanies, a Sorting Hat blanket, and even a Harry Potter doll.

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However, if you want a physical book of all the “magical” merchandise you can make, there’s a book called Harry Potter Knitting Magic: The Official Harry Potter Knitting Book that can be bought via Amazon for 17.99 USD (approximately 916.68 PHP).

The book contains 25 Potter-themed knitting projects and even includes instructions on making iconic garments like the Hogwarts House scarves, the Weasley Christmas sweaters, and even Dolores Umbridge’s infamous cat scarf.

Photo Credit: Amazon.com

Now, you don’t need to wave your wands to conjure Harry Potter merchandise, make them yourselves instead!

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To see the full list of free patterns, visit IntheLoopKnitting.com. For more details on the book, go to Amazon.com.

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