So, I kinda sorta broke a promise to you....
Remember about halfway through the PoD when I mentioned that all the blocks from here on out would be three wands or less in difficulty? Well...they were. Then I realized there was something really important that I wanted to include in the PoD that had not been in the original design.
So, this weekend, I redrafted and re-pieced this week's design and am now much happier with the final layout. Unfortunately, that means asking you to bear with me through one more 4-wander. Do you think you can do it if I pinkie swear this is the very last one? It's not hard, I promise, especially when you take it one piece at a time. I'd even go so far as to call this a 3 1/2, especially after all the practice you've had with the first 27 PoD blocks.
Reminder: If you DO NOT want to see the block before you make the pattern in order to keep it a mystery, please do not click on the cut! If you leave a comment, you will be taken behind the cut and will see the block...just FYI!
I just couldn't go all the way through The Project of Doom without Trevor! If you need some extra books, feel free to raise the level of his stack by a book or two. He's exactly 5" wide, so you can even substitute another block in his place if having a toad isn't for you. However, I hope you, like Neville, will see that having a toad is not about being fashionable, it's about liking what you and being who you are.
List of books from Harry Potter
Pattern Link ---> Block of the Week - Week 28 pattern (PDF) <---Pattern Link
- Previous Patterns:
- Week Thirteen
- Week Fourteen
- Week Fifteen
- Week Sixteen
- Week Seventeen
- Week Eighteen
- Week Nineteen
- Week 20
- Week 21 and 22
- Week 23
- Week 24
- Week 25
- Week 26
- Week 27
Links go straight to posts including block samples. If you do not wish to see photos of the blocks, click this link for previous posts.
Big things are brewing! We will have a challenge immediately after the completion of the Project of Doom. Please continue to watch for PoD-related Challenge info! Full details coming soon.
There are two blocks left to go and both feature, well.... items...so look forward to that!
Aces High, a new pattern from Sewhooked!