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41  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Detention in the Dungeons on: September 18, 2016 02:14:25 PM
~*Detention in the Dungeons*~

This semester there will be three Detention Challenges, one for each month.  You are welcome to do any, all, or none of these challenges.  (Remember, they are just here to help get your crafty juices flowing!)  All Detention projects are worth 15 House Points and may be turned in anytime during the semester, regardless of what the newest Challenge is, up until the semester ends on January 31st.  (For example, you may turn in June or July challenges in August.)

October Challenge:
Professor Moody noticed someone talking during his lecture, and has given the whole class detention in order to drive home his mantra of "Constant vigilange!" He went on to make clear that one of the hardest things we battle in fighting the dark arts is the unknown. Often, we will not be in a position to prepare ourselves, or anticipate that which we seek to defend against.  For Detention you must enter into the unknown and embrace it. Please produce an improvised project; no planning, no deciding before hand what it will be - simply pick up your tools and sew, knit, draw, paint, construct or otherwise craft. All medium or combinations of medium are acceptable!

November Challenge:
For this challenge you must complete a Work In Progress (WIP).

December Challenge:

January Challenge:

~*Detention Badges*~
42  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / ~*Headmistress Tower*~ on: September 18, 2016 02:13:20 PM
~*Headmistress Tower & Badge Station*~
:::password: Pumpkin Pasties!:::

~*Headmistress Challenges*~
This semester I will be offering extra Challenges.  Each Headmistress Challenge will last approximately 1 month, and will earn 15 House Points just like Classes.  So what's up next?

Wand Challenge
October 1 - 31st

"The wand chooses the wizard... it's not always clear why." - Garrick Ollivander

Wandlore tells us that the wand chooses the wizard, though no one is quite sure how or why this happens.  As crafters we are all sometimes chosen by a particular craft supply, one that speaks to us, begs to be taken home and crafted with.  A fantastic handspun yarn at the craft fair, a gorgeous designer quilting fabric, a bushel of shiny apples from the farmer's market.  For this challenge you must create something with a supply that chose you.  When you post your projects, please be sure to tell us what about that particular item drew your eye.

~Badge Station~
To claim your badge, just left click the image; it will open another window with a larger image, which you can right click and save to your computer or you can Pin it with Pinterest Button in your browser. Ideas on how to use your badges: as an avatar, put it in your profile under Brief Bio, or create a Pinterest board for all your badges.

Class Badges

House Unity & House Pride Badges

Challenge Badges

43  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / ~*Class & Challenge Prompts*~ on: September 18, 2016 05:08:21 AM
~*Current Challenges*~
Headmistress Challenge - October

~*House Pride & House Unity*~
These are projects inspired by one of the Hogwarts Houses.  House Pride would be projects representing your house, and House Unity would be projects representing the other houses or a combination of houses.  They can be inspired by house colors, mascots, founders, heads, past members, house ghosts, etc.  Note you can get House Points on 1 House Pride and 1 House Unity project per semester.

~*Yule Term Classes*~
---Alchemy: The study and practice of alchemy ranges through many different human cultures. Chinese alchemy lead to what is now practiced as Chinese alternative medicine. Central to the early practices of Chinese alchemy is the substance cinnabar. To the Chinese the red color of cinnabar symbolized the height of life and things like royalty, fire, and the sun. For this assignment you have three option.  Craft something that either reflects on a memory of a moment where you felt like you were at the height of your life, such as creating scrapbook pages of your wedding day. Craft something inspired by fire, or that will 'put a fire in your belly', (ie inspire you to work harder at something).  This could include making your own candles, or if you're trying to change your eating habits, create a pretty journal to log your meals. Finally, you can craft something that helps you shine like the sun, such as a homemade beauty product, or a craft you are exceptionally good at.

---Apparition:  Witches and wizards who are adept at apparition make it look easy. They appear and reappear at will. For this class please craft something from a technique that is easy for you AND Share a tip so that we can all learn from your work. Alternatively make a simple and easy dish and share the recipe with us.

---Arithmancy: Over the coming terms, we will be looking at the Arithmantic meanings linked to individual numbers. So, let's start at the very beginning (rumor says it's a very good place to start) with number 1. One is the number of the sun, linked to action and ambition. Your assignment this term is to represent an ambition of yours; depict an ambition to help you (and us) visualize it. For example, if you aim to travel, you could decoupage a globe. Alternatively, you may make a piece which will help you in achieving your ambition.  For example, if your ambition is to get top grades you could craft yourself a study organizer.

---Astronomy:  During the Yule Term there will be 6 Meteor Showers! We'll have the Draconids, Orionids, Taurids, Leonids, Geminids and the Ursids Meteor Shower.  A meteor shower is a celestial event in which a number of meteors are observed to radiate, or originate, from one point in the night sky. These meteors are caused by streams of cosmic debris called meteoroids entering Earth's atmosphere at extremely high speeds on parallel trajectories.

For homework I would like you to study the different Meteor Showers and craft something in multiples, incorporates the number 6 or something that springs out at you when studying the origins (name/place in space etc) of the meteor showers above. (If choosing the last option, please state which meteor shower you studied and what did spring out at you during your studies).

---Care of Magical Creatures (CoMC): This term we will be studying the life of the amazing Newton "Newt" Artemis Fido Scamander, the accomplished Hufflepuff who is the author of our most used textbook, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Among his many contributions to the magical community are almost solely creating the Werewolf Register in 1947, and he was key in the passing of the Ban on Experimental Breeding in 1965. He was awarded the Order of Merlin, Second Class for his services to the study of Magizoology in 1979. During his time as a ministry employee in the Dragon Research and Restraint Bureau he used his travels to gather information for Fantastic Beasts.

This term you have two options; either create something inspired by (or with) a banned object, such as a banned book or something like a kinder egg (which are banned in the USA). Or you may create with something you have gathered from recent travels! A scrapbook page with postcards, a necklace with found seashells, or a pillowcase from fabric you picked up during your journey.

---Charms:   We continue our study of charms with an examination of Bond of Blood charms. These are extremely powerful and ancient charms, which are formed when a person sacrifices himself or herself for a family member, out of deep and pure love. The sacrifice creates a lingering protection in the blood of the person who was saved. For homework please create something that relates to blood or the color red. You could make a pouch to hold sanitary products, a first aid kit, homemade black pudding, or make something where the dominant color is red, such as knitting a red cowl. Alternatively since the charm relates to family and sacrifice, you can also fulfill the requirement by making something for a family member or making an item for charity.

---Defense Against the Dark Arts (DADA): This term we will be studying the Dark creation known as the Inferius.  Inferi are corpses, reanimated by Dark magic to serve the wizard who creates them.  Since they are not alive, they cannot be physically harmed, so many defensive spells that would be effective against a human opponent will be useless against Inferi.  The best way to combat such creatures is to repel them with fire, as they are averse to light and heat.  Practice your flame-summoning charms by either crafting something that brings or uses light (such as a lamp or suncatcher) or something that requires the application of heat.

---Divination:  There are many simple ways to use a set of runes to read the future. This term we will be focusing on a three rune reading method. Starting with a complete set of runes, close your eyes, mix your runes, and focus on a question about your near future (for example: 'Will I be able to complete my NEWT this term?'). With eyes still shut choose three runes, one at a time. The first rune is your recent past telling you what may have been hindering you from your question. The second rune is your present guiding you to what is currently happening with your question. The third and last rune is focused on the near future, hopefully giving insight into the answer to your question.

After you have given yourself a reading I want you to focus crafting something from your past. For this please choose either to complete a WIP or to use a material from your stash. Take this item and craft using an activity that gives you joy, moves you forward, or that will improve your future.  Example: I have several blank cards and old scrapbook paper in my stash. I find paper crafting fun and stress relieving. So I will take my stash paper and create some handmade cards and boxes to use for my annual Advent calendar. This will make Christmas more fun and better for me. Be sure to tell us where your past item came from, what you find positive about the craft you chose to do, and how the completed project improves your future.  

---Flying: This semester students, let us examine the tool that allows us to take to the sky: the broom.  Over the years we have transformed this common household necessity into a highly sophisticated magical item, like the high performance brooms such as Nimbus 2000's and Firebolts.  But it is important not to loose sight of it's humble beginnings as a cleaning implement.  

For your assignment, please return your broom to its original purpose and undertake a major cleaning or organizing effort.  This must be something out of the ordinary, not simply putting your commons room to rights after a rowdy evening (don't give me that look, Weasleys). Perhaps tackling an "invisible corner" that seems to fill with every bit of junk you don't know what to do with, a space that will be changing purposes like a spare bedroom into a new craft room, or some other large project that you have been pushing to the bottom of your to-do list.  In order for full credit to be awarded you will need to share before and after pictures.

---Herbology:  The weather can turn quite a bit at Hogwarts! It's getting colder, wetter, and stormier up north. So during the Yule Trimester we'll be looking into the magical components of tea. I'd like you to select one type of plant that can be used to brew tea. It may be the traditional tea (Camellia sinensis) plant used for white, black, and green tea, or any plants that can be made into an herbal tea. These include mint, chamomile, rooibos, rose hips, lemon peel, or any other plant material that may be brewed into a tea or tisane.

Please look at your plant and then craft something that represents the characteristics of the plant (leaves, color, berries, flowers etc.). Or you could craft something that you associate with tea, the tea ceremony or the uses of tea (think outside the box!).  

---History of Magic (HoM):  This semester we will be studying the Werewolf Code of Conduct of 1637. It was a set of rules outlining the responsibilities of werewolves during their monthly transformations. It was a complete failure because no one was willing to come forward and identify himself or herself as a werewolf, preferring instead to live in secret for their own protection.

For your assignment, we will focus on transformations. It could be a personal transformation, such as a costume for Halloween, or new party look for a New Years Eve event. You could also create a project with a hidden element, an opening, or a secret message.

---Muggle Studies: Wizards have many proverbs and sayings which you may be familiar with, such as "Don't count your owls before they're delivered" and "May-born witches marry Muggles."  Muggles have their own set of axioms, as well.  Research Muggle sayings and make a craft inspired by one or more of them.  For example, inspired by "A stitch in time saves nine," you could repair a pile of clothes that are starting to wear out; or you could choose "Waste not, want not" and make something useful out of materials that would otherwise go to waste.

---Potions: Potions is cancelled this term, due to the presence of a boggart in the store cupboard!
Practice your Riddikulus charms by crafting something that shows what your boggart will turn into, either in its original scary form, or the laughter inducing shape you'll force it into. Don't forget to tell us what your boggart would be, and how you'd make it funny!  For example, Neville may choose to paint a portrait of Professor Shape, or he could choose to sew clothing similar to his grandmother's!

Study of Ancient Runes (SoAR): For this semester we will be focusing on the rune Thurisaz. This rune symbolizes self-discipline, meditation, and study. For this assignment craft something that requires a great deal of thought on your part. This could be something related to a favorite topic that you have read a lot about, or a personal feeling that you have a long time thinking about or meditating on.  Alternatively you may craft something that took a lot of discipline to make, such as a particularly difficult knitting pattern.  

---Transfiguration: Mr. Weasley! Will you Please, SIT DOWN! There has been entirely too much frivolity in this classroom!
Now that I have your attention... Transfiguration requires firm and decisive wand movements and much concentration. To be successful one must take into account several factors such as the weight and density of what one wants to transfigure, as well as wand power and level of concentration. There is even a mathematical formula to help you find the correct power needed from your wand movements. The Yule term will be spent practicing decisive, firm wand movements.

Craft something that requires a firm hand during the creation process (such as a wood project that must be clamped or held down firmly in order to complete) or create something that requires precise calculations to execute. (For example: enlarging a dress pattern, doubling a recipe, or creating to scale doll furniture)
Like the muggle saying: "Measure twice, cut once" Transfiguration requires you to Check Your Math BEFORE you attempt to transfigure!
44  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: WAFFLES!!!!! on: September 16, 2016 11:27:59 AM
Mmmmmmm......  Waffles.....  Now I totally want to make some for breakfast tomorrow.  Smiley
45  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / Re: Hazel Hedgehog on: September 16, 2016 08:16:39 AM
So cute!
46  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Octopus Lights! on: September 15, 2016 07:19:11 AM
Beautifully done! 
47  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Completed Projects / Re: Dumbledore 2016 on: September 15, 2016 06:12:09 AM
48  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / Re: ~*HP Craftalong - Midsummer Semester 2016*~ on: September 14, 2016 05:18:21 PM
Challenge: Calais Refugee Challenge
SPEW: Refugee Challenge
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Waterfall Flower Hat

Brief Description: I just realized that out of all the hats and scarves I've made in the last few weeks, I hadn't submitted any as the Calais Challenge itself!  How did I nearly overlook the original challenge?  Time to rectify that.  The pattern is the Easy Peasy Women's Winter Hat.  This beanie was fast and fun to make, and had the benefit of using up stash yarn.  I'm not sure I didn't the flower correctly, but it came out pretty cute anyways.  The button was handmade, but I can't for the life of me remember by whom.  I do remember that I received it in a swap.  So, to whoever made it, I thank you.  It was the perfect finishing touch the hat needed.  Cheesy
Project Picture:

Challenge: Detention - August
SPEW: Calais Refugee Challenge
House: Gryffindor!
Project Name: Waterfall Infinity Scarf

Brief Description: To go along with the hat, I also created an infinity scarf.  Since the pattern just calls for the single yarn, I went ahead and added a border of the lighter yarn as a contrast.  The pattern is the Gelato Scarf Pattern, and the yarns are Lion Brand Opal (teal) and Waterfall (aqua).
Project Picture:

49  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / Re: Autumn In New Hampshire - Watercolor Irish Chain Quilt on: September 14, 2016 01:01:20 PM
Thanks pottermouth!
50  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Craftalongs / ~*Harry Potter Craftalong Yule Term 2016/2017*~ Join anytime! on: September 14, 2016 12:56:31 PM

~*Harry Potter Craftalong ~ Yule Semester 2016/2017*~

~*Begins October 1st, 2016*~
~*Ends January 31st, 2017*~

Welcome to Hogwarts!
The Harry Potter Craftalong (HPC) is not your typical craftalong; we are gathered here to celebrate our love of crafting and the Wonderful World of Harry Potter.  In the HPC you will be completing classes and challenges with your skills in crafty magic.  These classes and challenges all have HP centered themes, but your crafts do not have to be Harry Potter."  Your mission, as a student at Hogwarts, is to complete at least one class or challenge during this semester.  You may join any time during the semester.  I hope you join us; the HPC is a great way to stretch your crafty muscles, meet HP crafters, and have fun!

---The HPC is here to help us each finish projects and to explore new challenges as we better our crafting skills.  Prompts and guidelines are there to help stimulate creativity and growth; the size and complexity of the project submitted should reflect a level of personal growth and challenge over the time you spend in the HPC.
---Projects for the HPC should represent your best crafty skills.  Take pride in your work.  Classes and challenges should take a minimum of 30 minutes to make.  
---A project can only be submitted for one class/challenge (the same project cannot be entered in multiple categories) unless noted in prompt (it will be CLEARLY noted if allowed).
---Projects must be turned in within the timeframe designated by the type of assignment or challenge.
---For a project to be counted, it must have a picture or picture link included AT THE TIME OF POSTING.  If your item is a private piece, or is being kept secret for a Craft Swap, you are more than welcome to post a link for the Headmistress to view.  EDIT 4/17/15: As of today, I will no longer be posting reminders to folks about pictures.  I simply do not have the time to chase folks down for pictures.  If you post your project without a photo or photo link, it will simply not be counted when I tally House Points.
---For any cooking/food project, in addition to a photo, you must post a complete recipe, or link to the complete recipe you used.  No recipe = no points.  [EDIT due to questions: *For our purposes, a "complete recipe" means it includes a full set of ingredients that includes amounts, and step-by-step instructions that another HPC member could replicate themselves at home.  Think of writing your recipe with a beginner cook in mind, who needs full instructions.
---There is SO MUCH to do in the HPC.  Do not feel like you have to craft everything.  Think of the HPC as a "Choose Your Own Adventure".  Craft what inspires you, but don't try to do everything and get burned out.  Keep in mind these wise words , "It does not do to dwell on lists and forget to craft."  

For each assignment/challenge, use this header:
Class/Challenge/House Pride:
SPEW: (If your item is for charity, enter that here; if not leave blank or add n/a.)
Project Name:
Project Page Link (if available):
Brief Description: (how it fits the requirements, pattern/techniques/recipe used, any fun tips, etc.)
Project Picture: (REQUIRED! NO PICTURE (or link) = NO HOUSE POINTS)

-Feel free to also include your house and any storycrafting you've created for your project.
---You can add more than one project to your post, but a header must be used for each project.
-When posting your projects, you are more than welcome to post more than one at a time. But if you do so, then please attempt to post your projects in alphabetical order by SUBJECT.  Floo Powder Challenges, Detention Prompts, and Headmistress Challenges should be posted under B, D, & H respectively.  For more information, see this post.

~*HPC FAQs*~
---How long is a semester?  Semesters are as follows: YULE- October, November, December, January; SPRING-February, March, April, May; MIDSUMMER-June, July, August, September
---When can I join?  You can join anytime in the semester.
---Do I have to sign-up to join this craftalong? No, all you have to do is post in the thread a "hi" or a completed project post.
---How do I complete a semester/earn my year? To complete a semester/year, you only have to complete one class or challenge during the semester.
---What timezone do we use?  We use the Headmistress' Time Zone,  Mistress Jennie is in Central Standard Time.
---Do you sort me?  NO, you will decide which house you belong to, but you can only choose one.
---I have a problem or question; who can I ask?  You can send a Personal Message (PM) to Headmistress Mistress Jennie, or Deputy Headmistress noodle-bug.  You can also ask specific questions to HPC staff.  And you can post your question in the thread; our students are very helpful!
---Can I turn in something I did earlier? With a very few exceptions the answer is NO!  You must complete your project during the current semester. Exceptions are Detention and OWLs; look for details about these projects in their information posts below.  If you started a project, for example a quilt, a day or two before the semester started, but then did the bulk of the work and finishing (a good 90%) during the semester, you can submit it.
---Are we swapping? No, this is not an organized swap.  We are just encouraging crafting with a HP twist.  But if you enjoy swapping, keep an eye out for HP themed swap info in our thread.  Also, we occasionally do things like Valentine or Christmas Card Exchanges.  These are completely voluntary, and are NOT required, and are not organized swaps.
---Do I have to craft all the classes and challenges? NO!  Smiley Just pick what you inspires you.  There is tons to choose from so choose your own HP Craft Adventure through the castle.
---What kind of projects are allowed for classes/challenges? If Craftster has a category for it, then it is a viable HPC project.  And since Craftster has a board for almost everything, your choices are vast.
---Does my craft project have to be Harry Potter themed? NO, if your item fulfills the class/challenge prompt, then it can be posted in the HPC.  Above all, we are here to encourage crafting.

~*House Points*~
~*Your triumphs will earn you points*~
Points System
15 points for a Class Assignment & Challenge*
100 points for OWLs
150 points for NEWTs
10 points extra for SPEW aka Charity Items

House Points Guidelines
--- *You cannot double dip for Class & Challenge points.  For example, if you turn-in a project for Herbology & Floo Powder Challenge, then you would get 2 badges but only 15 points for the project.
---You cannot get credit for a class or challenge twice.  For example, if you turn in 2 Alchemy projects, then you will only get points for the first one.
--- SPEW points are extra credit.  You can earn SPEW points for each project you turn in if it goes to a legitimate charity.  You do not have to give the charity's name, just that you are donating to a certain cause.  (I happen to know that some Battered Women's Shelters don't like their names/locations posted.) SPEW projects must be clearly marked with SPEW to earn extra points.  Also, SPEW project can be turned in as stand-alone projects; they will earn 10 points.  Unlike most projects, you can turn in more than one SPEW project for points.
---HPC Challenge Points do not include House Challenges.  For Example, a Slytherin Scavenger Hunt project would not count for points unless it also fulfills a HPC Class or HPC Challenge.
--- To determine House Cup Winner, an average from the points accumulated per house and the number of members per house.  If there is a tie, then more than one house will win the cup.  Note, a House Member is someone who has turned in at least 1 project.
--- Don't stress over House Points, but do craft your personal best. (This varies from person to person.  And I'm not really worried about "crafting your best" bit because HPCers are amazing crafters!)

~*HPC Portkeys*~
Headmistress Tower (Headmistress Challenges)
Deputy Headmistress's Office - S.P.E.W. Headquarters
Badge Station
Floo Powder Challenge Series
Diagon Alley
Magician of the Month
Wizard & Witch Career Placement Agency
Pinterest Pixie's Projects Page
Hogwarts Kitchens
HPC Facebook Group

House Keys
7th Floor Gryffindor
Hufflepuff PARTY Common Room
Ravenclaw Tower
Slytherin Dungeon

Professors' Classrooms
Detention in the Dungeons
Care of Magical Creatures
[ur=http://tinyurl.com/jvb4nq9l]Defense Against the Dark Arts[/url]
History of Magic
Muggle Studies
Potions Dungeon
Study of Ancient Runes
Ordinary Wizarding Levels
Nastily Exhausting Wizarding Tests

~*The Great Hall OT Chat*~

Craftster craftalongs are for crafting and crafting encouragement.  If you would like to talk off-topic, such as in-depth Harry Potter discussions, then please visit The Great Hall.  Thank you for keeping the HPC within Craftster guidelines.

~*HPC on Facebook*~
The HPC is now on Facebook!  This is a way to share links, photos, or videos with your friends here in the HPC, that you cannot post on Craftster.  Please feel free to use the page to ask questions, share craft related or Harry Potter related links, pictures of your kids dressing up like Hogwarts students, or anything else that might be of interest to the group.  This group is Closed, so folks must message me with BOTH their Craftster username, and a way to locate you on Facebook, in order to be added. This is to keep it to just folks within the Craftalong, rather than a general HP forum, and anyone who participates here is welcome there as well.  If you send me a message via FB, PLEASE include your Craftster username.  We've been getting lots of requests to join, from faux accounts who just want to spam us with porn, so I've become *extra* cautious about adding folks.

~*Yule Term HPC Staff*~
Headmistress Mistress Jennie
Deputy Headmistress noodle-bug

Gryffindor Head of House Abbeeroad
Hufflepuff Head of House Moonflame
Ravenclaw Head of House FiberAlchemist
Slytherin Head of House ErinAquaheart

Alchemy Professor TechnicolorAquahearts
Apparition edelC
Arithmancy Professor noodle-bug
Astronomy Professor Inselaeffchen
Care of Magical Creatures ErinAquaheart
Charms Professor edelC
Defense Against the Dark Arts Professor Magpirate
Divination Professor ErinAquaheart
Flying Professor gaudiknight
Herbology Professor Inselaeffchen
History of Magic jenleahlynn
Muggle Studies Professor Magpirate
Potions Professor noodle-bug
Study of Ancient Runes TechnicolorAquahearts
Transfiguration Professor ErinAquaheart

Kitchen Elf Abbeeroad
Pinterest Pixie seeuudee
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