Harry Potter Wand Crochet Pattern

Harry Potter Wand Crochet Pattern

Harry Potter Wand Crochet Pattern
Harry Potter Wand Crochet Pattern

Lumos! Wingardium leviosa! With this free Harry Potter wand pattern, you will help facilitate every kid’s dream Halloween costume! Does your family really get into the spirit and do a themed family costume? This quick and easy pattern will let you hook a wand for every wizard and witch in your coven! You can also use this pattern to create a prop for the school play or one-of-a-kind party favors for your kid’s wizard-themed birthday bash. Just a chopstick, some scrap yarn, and an hour of your time will make you the most popular crocheter in all the wizarding world!

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeAbout 11” long: the actual length of Harry's wand!

Materials List

  • A chopstick or pencil
  • Scissors, tapestry needle, stitch marker (I used a bobby pin), tape measure
  • Some black eyeshadow to enhance and a Q tip or eyeshadow applicator (optional)

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This Harry Potter crochet wand really looks like the real thing in the picture. I hope my attempt is not an epic fail when I complete it. From time to time my projects just do not measure up to the original but I am getting much better. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

My nephew introduced me to the wonderful world of Harry Potter when it first came out in 1998. Wow, I can't believe it has been that long. I never read the books but I did watch some of the movies. I know he would get a kick out of having Harry's wand.

This is truly an enchanting project and certain to charm any young witch or wizard! This project is worked in a continuous spiral, so youll need to pay special attention to when the next round starts. I generally use a large, plastic covered paper clip to mark rounds, but I like the designers idea of using a bobby pin even better. Put that on the list for the next Dollar Tree run.

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